As always, there was plenty to entertain visitors. Factory tours (No photos, please!) through both the automobile and motorcycle plants are always big draws. You can see a vehicle like yours get assembled and painted. There were demo rides, of course, vendors, food and drink, a variety of exhibits (some of which, like the display of models produced at the Marysville facility, are available all year for visitors who drop in or take the tour), concept vehicles (both motorcycles and the forthcoming pick-up truck), and lots of motorcycles to look at, including customs from West Coast Choppers (the red-framed VTX in the photos) and others. There was even a bike made from balloons, assembled while you watched. A stroll through the parking and demo area revealed Honda street bikes that had been converted to everything from dragsters to trikes, and Honda had most of its motorcycle models on display, from Ruckuses to Runes. The annual Parade of Lights through Marysville looks like a movie special effect.