By Saturday, the streets of Laconia, New Hampshire, will be rumbling with a sea of chrome and leather.
More than a quarter million people will ride into the city for the nation's oldest motorcycle rally.
The Tower Hill Tavern will do 30 to 40 percent of it's annual business in just the next nine days. Vendors from across the country and workers from around the world are setting up tents and hoping this sunshine holds up.
People will spend more than $100 million during motorcycle week - much of it going to hotel reservations, booked months in advance.