Motorbike enthusiasts were able to admire a range of models at Erewash Museum on Saturday.
The annual exhibition boasted vintage bikes as well as new ones and was held in the museum gardens.
Bikers from the area and further afield attended the event, with some arriving in style on their own vintage motorbikes. These included Richard Stailey, who owns a 1955 Truimph Speedwin, and Graham Arnold, who has a distinctive Norton Commando, made in the 70s.
The event proves to be a huge success every year and is just one of the activities in the museum’s calender.
More information can be found at erewashmuseum.co.uk