The Western Colorado Vintage Motorcycle Association hosted yesterday's 6th Annual Vintage Motorcycle Days, and in the process, raised some bucks for Operation Interdependence, sending civilian rations to the troops overseas.

Motorcycle enthusiasts fired up their bikes and brought them out to the show in downtown Palisade. To be eligible for the show, bikes had to be at least 25 years old or older. Take a look at some of the amazing bikes that make it out for the event.

In addition to the bikes, families could enjoy a bounce house courtesy of Willy Wanna Jump, and live music with Grand Junction's "Desert Flyer Band."

Between the registration fee for bikes entered into the judging round, event t-shirt sales, and a silent auction, funds were raised for Operation Interdependence.

The Annual Vintage Motorcycle event comes to Palisade each June. The show is open to all makes and models, so long as they are at least 25 years old. Attendance at the festival is always free.