But some feel an influx of commercialism would only ruin the show. "This isn't all about coming down here and emptying your pockets. It's more like a family reunion and place to kick it with riders you may not have seen for years," said Bill Walker, a member of Atlanta's Zodiacs motorcycle club. In the early '70s, Walker helped found the National Biker's Roundup, a sort of Afro-American take on the annual Black Hills Classic in Sturgis, South Dakota. Like Second Avenue, the Roundup was borne of discrimination and necessity, but it has come to welcome anyone with a taste for soul food, flashy streetbikes and a good time.