RAPID CITY S.D. (KEVN TV) - For 31 years, thousands of people walk through the Civic Center admiring bikes of all categories for the Black Hills Motorcycle Show.
"I've got a lot of bikes down here. Motorcycles, antiques, classics, racers, dressers, everything you'd want," says Rob Burton the co-chair of the Black Hills Motorcycle Show.
With 25 judged classes, everything goes. This show is designed for bikers to show off their hard work.
"The motorcyclists can paint their own artistic flavor for how they think a motorcycle should look," says Burton.
The show has more than 60 vendors ranging from dealers to repair shops and one on site custom seat repair called Kreun Kustom's.
He's been a vendor for the show for more than 15 years. The friends he's made keep bringing him back and the love of custom built bikes.
"There's quite a variety of motorcycles to come look at. Course I always love the ones that they put their heart and soul in and built it themselves, that's my favorite kind of guy," says Jeff Kreum the owner of Kreun Kustom's.
Winners will be announced during the final day of the Black Hills Motorcycle Show.