Daily uk news Take a little trip! Hundreds of VERY flashy 'lowrider' cars hit Los Angeles streets as 'cruise nights' surge in popularity with COVID pandemic waning   MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Lowriders - customized vintage vehicles featuring extravagant paint jobs and wire-spoke wheels - first became popular in L.A. back in the 1960s.

Daily uk news Take a little trip! Hundreds of VERY flashy 'lowrider' cars hit Los Angeles streets as 'cruise nights' surge in popularity with COVID pandemic waning   MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Lowriders - customized vintage vehicles featuring extravagant paint jobs and wire-spoke wheels - first became popular in L.A. back in the 1960s.

Daily uk news  Take a little trip! Hundreds of VERY flashy 'lowrider' cars hit Los Angeles streets as 'cruise nights' surge in popularity with COVID pandemic waning   MetiNews.Com
16 May 2021 - 17:52

Breaking News ! Hundreds of motorheads have converged on Van Nuys Boulevard in Los Angeles for a lowrider cruise night. Lowriders - customized vintage vehicles featuring extravagant paint jobs and wire-spoke wheels - first became popular in L.A. back in the 1960s. During that decade, many Mexican Americans became famous for modifying their cars before cruising down highways every Saturday night in a bid to show them off. While lowrider culture lost some of its popularity in recent years, The Los Angeles Times reports that it has recently undergone a resurgence as the coronavirus pandemic wanes. Stay-at-home orders have given L.A. residents the time to tinker with their vehicles, while lowrider cruise nights are social events that allow participants to safely social distance. Saturday's meet-up along Van Nuys saw drivers showing off their flashy cars as pedestrians watched from the sidewalk and admired the handiwork.  Hundreds of motorheads converged on Van Nuys Boulevard in Los Angeles for a lowrider cruise night on Saturday  Lowriders - customized vintage vehicles featuring extravagant paint jobs and wire-spoke wheels - first became popular in L.A. back in the 1960s Just before sundown, the eye-catching vehicles made their way to Van Nuys for the start of cruise night  While lowrider culture lost some of its popularity in recent years, The Los Angeles Times reports that it has recently undergone a resurgence amid the coronavirus pandemic One participant showed off his modified vehicle as he cruised along the boulevard on Saturday night  The LA Times reported this weekend that 'cruising is back in a major way all around Southern California' A group of motorheads were seen checking out the wares in a trunk before the beginning of cruise night The LA Times reported this weekend that 'cruising is back in a major way all around Southern California'.The Van Nuys Boulevard cruise night occurs once a month, and has attracted onlookers who 'post up on the sidewalk with folding chairs and coolers'.Other events are happening all across the area, and are expected to grow even larger as more COVID restrictions begin to ease.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next From a Philly high school phenomenon to a $600million...

... CDC Director Rochelle Walensky blames 'evolving data' for... Share this article Share However, some say that lowrider culture has never really disappeared, but is rather attracting a legion of new fans. 'I hear people saying lowriding is making a comeback. It's never gone,' Juan Ramirez told The LA Times. 'But a lot of people are starting to adapt to this culture, t's crazy now.' Lowrider Lona Aguire told the publication that cruise nights are about much more than just the flashy vehicles. 'It's all about fun the love of the care and the love of the culture,' she stated.  The Van Nuys Boulevard cruise night occurs once a month, and has attracted onlookers who 'post up on the sidewalk with folding chairs and coolers' One vintage vehicle featured an extravagant paint job and wire spoke wheels, elevating its body up into the air Cruise nights attract motorheads of both sexes and all ages. While lowriding culture originated in the Mexican American community, other cultures have also joined in on cruise nights  One excited driver inspects another car in his rearview mirror during the event on Saturday night  some say that lowrider culture has never really disappeared, but is rather attracting a legion of new fans 'It's all about fun the love of the care and the love of the culture': One motorist was seen snapping a selfie as he cruised in his customized blue car  Read more: The lowrider is back: Cruising on the streets of L.A. - Los Angeles Times DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker'); });

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Daily uk news Take a little trip! Hundreds of VERY flashy 'lowrider' cars hit Los Angeles streets as 'cruise nights' surge in popularity with COVID pandemic waning   MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Take a little trip! Hundreds of VERY flashy 'lowrider' cars hit Los Angeles streets as 'cruise nights' surge in popularity with COVID pandemic waning   MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Take a little trip! Hundreds of VERY flashy 'lowrider' cars hit Los Angeles streets as 'cruise nights' surge in popularity with COVID pandemic waning   MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Take a little trip! Hundreds of VERY flashy 'lowrider' cars hit Los Angeles streets as 'cruise nights' surge in popularity with COVID pandemic waning   MetiNews.Com

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