Tulsa - Thousands of bikers from all over the country descended upon Tulsa for this weekend's National Biker Roundup.
This is the first time the event is visiting the sooner state.
People from all over the country make the trip each year to catch up with old friends and show off their new rides.
That's good news for the local economy.
Anywhere you go around town you hear engines roaring and see parking lots full of motorcycles.
“A lot of people coming together just to have a good time, chilling out, enjoying the different bikes, talking to different people, that's what we're all about,” Bernard Brown, visiting biker explained.
Around 55 thousand bikers are attending this year's national biker roundup.
In total, planners believe it will bring around three million dollars to the region.