"It's doing just as well as others have in the past...It's a pretty good year really," said John Moon, a food vendor.
With a storm rolling in late Thursday night, fears for the festivities were in the minds of vendors. The storm seemed to only hurt one of the events planned, which was the Friday morning Poker Run.
"This is the first time we have ever canceled a poker run... we just felt like it was the safer thing to do," said Jeremy Ashley.
Those registered for the Friday morning run were able to get involved in the Saturday run and still enjoy the road.
Others saw the storms as something that brought cooler weather and extra shoppers. Retail Vendor Stephen Sexton said, "People are still out having a good time and they're all spending. It's perfect riding weather, a great temperature to be out."