Anywhere from 500 to 1,000 motorcyclists are taking part in the second Amarillo Bike Fest this weekend, June 28 to June 29, 2013.
Bikers from all over the Panhandle set up camp at Western Cowpunchers and toured the Palo Duro Canyon. They also traveled the historic Route 66.
Live music and venders was also a perk to the event, which raised money for Family Support Services.
Amarillo Bike Fest Coordinator, Cedrick Graves said their goal is to have fun, stay safe, and bring business to the Amarillo area.
"We have quite a variety of things going on today," said Graves "Along with their bike runs they can enjoy food, leather apparel, and even get tattoos or airbrush painting."
The fun continued June 29, 2013 with, Cracker Jack the Band performing.
Graves said, the Bike Fest is open to anyone, a motorcycle is not required.