Hundreds of bikes and thousands of people packed Bideford Quay on Saturday for the fourth Bideford Bike Show.
Bideford Bike Show roared back into town on Saturday for its fourth year in a row.
The show was officially opened by Bideford boxer Tommy Langford.
Tommy cut the red ribbon as hundreds of bikes lined the Quay, and stuck around to sign some autographs too.
Despite the damp weather the event was packed and it raised more than £3,000 between charities.
The raffle on the day was raising money for the victims of the Manchester bombing, with a total of £173 raised.
Organiser Lisa Elston thanked everyone who helped to pull the event together.
She said: “I am very pleased to announce that the total so far counted is £3057.33, more donations and money to be added as and when we receive it and a final total amount will be announced in due course.
“Finally I would just like to add that although this is a very long and exhausting job I enjoy every minute of it and to see everyone come along, young and old smiling and having a fantastic day makes it all worth while and I hope to see many of you again next year.”
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