You can already hear them coming. "Bikes on the Bricks" will be taking over downtown Flint, September 12-14.
Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts will be showing off their toys and their skills next weekend. Thousands more will just come to watch.
Events kick off Friday, September 12 with police officer training, a beer tent and bands performing in the Riverbank Park Amphitheater.
Saturday will feature training, escorted rides and stunt shows as well as other fun activities.
The event wraps up Sunday with skills competitions, stunt shows and the main attraction, the 'Bikes on the Bricks' motorcycle show.
There will be all kinds of other events taking place throughout the weekend.
But there's no secret who or what will be the center of attention. It's all about the bikes.
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