Last weekend, ADESA Boston hosted another successful—and fun—Classic Car Show and Motorcycle Run.

The 2018 edition of this event raised nearly $26,000 for JDRF, a global organization focused on funding research to find a cure for type 1 diabetes.

Thirty bikes took part in the 30-mile-long, police-escorted motorcycle run. Spectators and car enthusiasts came to check out the 40 or so classic and muscle cars on display and chow down on tasty treats from local favorite Fulciniti’s.

There were fun activities for the kids, like face painting and crafts, and parents could get their children fingerprinted, courtesy of the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office.

The Jaws of Life demonstration by the Framingham Fire Department drew a huge crowd of onlookers as firefighters cut apart an entire car to show how victims can be rescued after a car accident.

Another popular item raised funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. For a $1 donation to St. Jude, patrons could sign a name—in black ink to honor someone who had passed away from cancer, in red for someone currently battling cancer, and in gold for someone who has beaten cancer—onto a vehicle.

Now in its 18th year, the car show and motorcycle run is one of the biggest charity events on our calendar. Since 2001, it has raised more than $600,000 for numerous children’s charities.

Here are some of our favorite photos from the 2018 Classic Car Show & Motorcycle Run.

St. Jude charity vehicle at the 2018 ADESA Boston Classic Car Show and Motorcycle Run

A classic car at the ADESA Boston 2018 Classic Car Show & Motorcycle Run