Hundreds made their way to Lake Pertobe to view the assortment of vehicles gathered for the Razorback Social Club’s Car and Bike Show on Saturday.
The annual event attracted record crowds to Warrnambool’s seaside location in a fundraiser for the city’s Legacy group.
Event organiser Dan Browne said this year’s show had drawn the largest numbers in the group’s history.
“We had our greatest turnout this year,” he said. “The numbers started early and the weather kept them coming for hours.”
Mr Browne said dozens of motorcycle riders had supported the event, coming from as far as Melbourne to offer support.
“Our Melbourne chapter have come down to support us and Geelong Harley Davidson has travelled here too.”
The annual event is a fundraiser for Warrnambool’s Legacy Group who offer support to returning servicemen and their families.
“We’ll continue to support Legacy, a lot of us have strong family connections with the group,” Mr Browne said.
“It doesn’t matter if you give five dollars or five thousand dollars every little bit helps. We can’t do enough for this group.”
The Razorbacks Social Club meet once a month.
“We are a family-friendly group and we welcome anyone,” Mr Browne said.