Last week, over 400,000 motorcyclists descended upon Fayetteville to attend Bikes, Blues & BBQ, the world’s largest charity motorcycle rally. It was noisy, colorful and a very loud few days, but it’s something we’ve all gotten used to, those of us who live in Northwest Arkansas, and despite the noise, it’s always kind of fun to see everyone roll into town.
Saturday afternoon was the Parade of Power, with riders rolling through downtown Fayetteville showing off their bikes, costumes and colorful head gear. It seems that everyone comes out for that, lining the main drag admiring the bikes as they cruise past. David and I were no exception, walking around with our cameras, taking candid pictures of faces, motorcycles, the sights of the rally and chatting with a few bikers.
These are just a few of the photos I took, but if you’d like to see more, just click the “Events” tab in the navigation bar above, and you can see my favorites.