December 15, 2022 

As we get closer to the end of the year, it’s that time when we look back at the year in pics and it’s a trip to see what’s changed. People come, people go, cars trade hands, folks switch clubs, and the list goes on. About the only thing that stays the same is the cruise spots, but in the end, it’s always a good time. We’ll be doing a photo dump this dump so hang tight fore pics to come.  

Lowriding is a subculture that originated in the Chicano communities of California in the 1940s. It involves customizing and lowering classic cars, often with hydraulic systems that allow the car to bounce or “hop” while driving. Lowriders are known for their intricate designs and custom paint jobs, and they are often adorned with intricate murals and other decorative elements. Lowriding is more than just a hobby for many people – it is a way to celebrate their cultural identity and connect with their community. Lowriding events, such as car shows and cruises, are popular in many Latino communities and provide a platform for lowrider enthusiasts to showcase their vehicles and share their passion with others.