The fifth annual Bikes on the Bricks will be rolling into downtown Flint this weekend, September 23-25.

Expected to attract 10,000 festival goers, the now three-day event will feature motorcycle shows, music, contests, vendor displays, and more.

Tonya Lane, lead organizer of the Bikes on the Bricks, says the third day was added this year "because police officers always had a training day the day before anyhow, and since everyone loves watching the officers, we made it an official day of the event." Officers from all over the midwest will compete for awards in numerous skills competitions. There will also be a 30-mile-long police-escorted ride throughout Genesee County on Saturday. However, registration is required for the ride.

Bike on the Bricks is free for show participants and spectators. For more information including the full schedule of events, visit Bikes on the Bricks.

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