Parking and Shuttles
All bikes will be able to enter town on Friday the 13th. Only vehicles with valid Resident Passes will be allowed to drive into town for this years event.
Parking and shuttles in and out of Port Dover will run from Friday the 13th starting at 8 am until Saturday the 14th, at 4 am.
Vehicles entering town from the EAST side (coming from Hamilton way) will be directed to the parking lot located on St. John’s Road. Their shuttle will drop off at St. Patrick and Market Street (by Legion).
Vehicles entering town from the WEST side (coming from London way) will be directed to the parking lot located on highway 6. Their shuttle will drop off near Dover Cliff’s Nursing home on St. George Street.
Vehicles coming in on the Blue Line Road will be directed to parking lots at the discretion of the OPP. Please respect our authorities and travel safely.
Cost of Parking & Shuttles
$10.00 per person to a MAXIMUM of $40.00 per vehicle.
Youth under 16 are free.
Subject to change.
Park your car, get to town safely with our shuttle service, unlimited trips in and out of town, stay until morning if necessary and enjoy extended hours (now 8 am – 4 am) at Canada’s largest one day biker rally!
Each year volunteers from many organizations offer their time to man these parking lots. Organizations vary with every event.
Proceeds from the parking lot revenue for 2016 will be donated to Cystic Fibrosis Canada, and the Port Dover Skating Club.
Unfortunately wheelchairs can only be accommodated if the passenger can navigate the few stairs onto the bus and wheelchair can be folded and carried on.
Pets will be allowed AT THE DISCRETION OF THE DRIVER. NO SNAKES!
Road Closures, Bike Parking and more
Please see map below for full information on bike parking, road closures and traffic flow. 2019 changes include no bike parking from Park Street to Nelson, no vehicle traffic on Nelson Street, Greenock Street W will be closed to vehicle traffic from St. George to Richardson Drive and Richardson Drive will be closed to vehicle traffic from Greenock to Nelson.