Roaring engines and hard rock music are shaking the Ukrainian city of Sevastopol, where a surprise visitor's ridden in to join in the action. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said he enjoyed sharing his passion for steel and wheels. Thousands of bikers and spectators are camping in the city for two days. This year's show is dedicated to the 65th anniversary of victory over Nazi Germany and features war-time motorbikes. A commemoration ceremony will also be held to remember the defenders of Sevastopol. It's the 14th such festival. The city also hosted last year's gathering, which attracted 5 thousand bikers.