Aside from great food, music, and a live auction, some special bikes were in attendance at the Bike Show and Ribfest in downtown Cambridge.
The seventh annual event featured activities throughout the day including a tattoo contest and a live auction, however the main attraction was the bikes.
"These bikes are absolutely beautiful. Guys that have time like she said, invested, we got bikes three or four blocks long on both sides of the street down the side streets, if you're a bike enthusiast you should be here," says volunteer Keith Decker.
There was even a one-of-a-kind bike at the show that has been passed down through three generations.
"I still have his original bike and it's the only one in existence. There was only two of that model built for professional hill-climbing and it's the only one left," says Phil Franz of Cleveland.
All proceeds raised at the bike show go toward community charities.