The Museum of Art and History was bustling on Saturday, in the midst of a weekend-long exhibit, "Experience Metal."
The exhibit featured metal workers of all kinds, from bronze casting to bike builders, jewelers and sculptors.
In the courtyard of Abbott Square, museum rode unique bikes designed by Ari Finkelstein and others.
"Basicaly they're just like toys for big boys," said Finkelstien who says that he learned to build the bikes by "trial by fire." Although he and his friends build all kinds of bikes, they haven't sold any yet and probably won't be.
"It's not really in the nature of the thing, it's more just in good fun, bring a smile to peoples' faces," said Finkelstein.