Brechin and the glens roared into life over the weekend when iconic Harley Davidson motorcycles came to town.
Thousands of bikers and townspeople turned out for a fifth annual celebration in honour of the Davidson family, who left Angus for America and etched their name into motoring history.
The three-day event marks the connection the area has with the Davidson name and the family roots at Netherton, near Aberlemno, a few miles outside Brechin.
The festival is one of the events organised by community group BRAVO Brechin, with Brechin Music Festival this year on board with another event celebrating a town success story of a more modern era, in which people from all over Scotland came to the former Flicks nightclub in High Street.
Things kicked off with 1980s and 90s pop star Sonia performing at a Flicks revival night in the City Hall on Friday.
Saturday’s festival programme featured the now well-established town water slide down City Road, the longest of its kind in Britain.
And the main event saw hundreds of motorcycles ride out from Brechin Castle Centre, round Aberlemno and Forfar, and pitch up back in town for the crowds to admire.
Riders come from Europe and the USA to pay homage to Davidson’s legacy.
A programme of live music continued on yesterday, with Bedrock on stage in Clerk Street all afternoon, alongside stalls and amusements.