Passenger vehicles were a rare sight in downtown Durango on Sunday morning when the Four Corners Rally in the Rockies parade took over Main Avenue. Harleys of all shapes, sizes and colors filled downtown streets and rally goers and spectators scrambled to find a place to catch the action. Throngs of spectators lined the sidewalks, watching as hundreds of bikes weaved their way through streets. As the final biker brought up the rear and the mighty roar dissipated, Rally in the Rockies goers returned to area roads in search of the ultimate ride.  

An endless stream of bikers kept the spectators lining Main Avenue in rapt attention on Sunday afternoon. A Viking on an iron horse waves to the crowd. A biker struts his mojo as he travels south down Main Avenue during the parade Sunday in downtown Durango. Candy was a hot commodity Sunday as motorcyclists, and a few token scooterists, threw sweets to pedestrians lining Main Avenue. Relaxing on his hog, a biker watches the action from the sidelines.   A cone head and his passenger enjoy their trip along Main Avenue as motorcyclists take over downtown Durango. A biker's leather jacket sits on the back of his hog before the parade. Keyton Cugnini, 2, works the handle bars of his mini-chopper as his mother, Tiffany, sits behind him.