Since I was young I’ve always had an interest in the Lowrider culture, and while it’s tough to say who exactly started this stance business I think it’s safe to assume that Lowrider guys are some of the true OGs.
When I found out this event was taking place minutes from my house deciding whether or not to attend was a no-brainer, especially because for the longest time my only exposure to cars like these was through television and music.
If you’ve never been to a Lowrider show and there is one near you be sure to pass through and take a look at the cars, with a lot of the builds the quality is through the roof.
I wasn’t expecting to see any bikes at the show so I was pleasantly surprised by the ones I did see, all of them looked like awesome. I think this winter I might spend a bit more time on motorcycle blogs so I can do a better job of identifying what I see.
Most of the cars at the show were lowriders but there were a couple different cars out as well. Minitruck guys you let me down though, I thought a lot of you would come out 😛
All of the local Lowrider clubs came out to show support, Majestics, Affiliated, , , and the
Big Dave’s Caddy
This car was all about the details. So much in fact that I spent so much time looking at the artwork all over (literally all over) this car that I didn’t take a single picture of it as a whole, something that has never happened before.
Ever want to see a kids eyes light up? Take them to a lowrider hop contest.
Lyndsey and I met up with my friend Steve who brought his nephew along and to say he was excited to see the cars hop would have be a serious understatement.
That’s it for Parkin’ Lot Pimpin 3, shout out to Alvaro Puro Cervantes for putting me onto this event. Keep checking the fan page for quick videos of the hop contest.