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Here’s The 411 On The 511 For The Leesburg Bikefest

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The 20th Anniversary Leesburg Bikefest takes place Friday, April 22, to Sunday, April 24. It is estimated that quarter million motorcyclists will be participating in the annual event.

The Florida Department of Transportation encourages motorists traveling on I-75, 1-4 and Florida’s Turnpike to use the 511 Traveler Information System before they head out, to avoid traffic congestion and arrive safely.

The 511 system provides real-time traffic information on all of Florida’s interstates, toll roads and other major metropolitan roadways.

For information on the Bikefest here’s the official website

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leesburgHere is additional information about the festival itself:

LEESBURG — If you’re anywhere near Leesburg today (Thursday) … scratch that, if you’re anywhere near Lake County today, you’ll notice a decidedly different kind of traffic and people on local roads. More than 100,000 bikers are descending on the area this week for Bikefest — arguably the county’s largest (and undoubtedly its loudest) event of the year.

But Bikefest isn’t just for bikers. Over the years, it has become as much a music festival and shopping mall as it is a biker gathering. In other words, you don’t have to be into leather chaps, bandanas, tattoos and bristly facial hair to get a kick out of Bikefest.

And because we’re helpful types at the Daily Commercial, we took this opportunity to offer you this guide to Bikefest. Read more

There are five convenient ways for all motorists to receive traffic updates:

Visit FL511.com for interactive roadway maps showing traffic congestion and crashes, travel times and traffic camera views.

Sign up for a “My Florida 511” account at FL511.com to create custom routes and register for email, text or phone alerts.

Download the free Florida 511 mobile app available on Google Play or Apple App Store.

Follow one of the 12 statewide, regional or roadway-specific Twitter feeds (#FL511), including @FL511_Central, @FL511_I4, @FL511_I75 and@FL511_Turnpike.