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Most people associate the state of Colorado with blizzards and cold weather, but that is not always the case. In fact, this past May 28th proved to be an amazingly warm and sunny day, and City Wide Car Club took full advantage of it by hosting their second annual Kickback and Bike Show. Nestled about an hour south of Denver, Fountain Creek Regional Park served as the backdrop to a bevy of Mile High Low Riders on this gorgeous day, which also marked the start of a new show season in Colorado. In addition, this show was the perfect opportunity for some local clubs to come together to organize a free bike show for the area youth. Alongside City Wide C.C. were Primera, Ruthless Kustoms, Good Times, and TBA Car Club, and these fine organizations achieved their goal of giving the kids a place to display the bikes which they had so proudly built. The competition also allowed the kids a chance to win a trophy in one of eleven categories. "We just wanted to give the kids a chance to show their bikes," stated Chris Kaufman of City Wide Car Club. "Today, it's about them."

Some of the other clubs in attendance for this pot luck-style picnic were Nothing Else Matters, Convicted, Affili-Hated, HITS, Most Hated, East Side Low Ride, Casuals, 5150, and USO. With such prolific and dedicated clubs on hand, every corner of the parking lot was lined with custom cars sitting on chrome for everyone to see. The scene attracted people from all sides of the park, eager to witness the beauty, artwork, and detail of the cars and bikes on display. With the sound of kids playing football in the park and the smell of barbeque filling the air, this was definitely a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately, as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and the show began to wind down.

As the event came to a close, trophies were presented to the "best of the best" in each bike category, and participant ribbons were given to all of the bike entrants of the day. People slowly started packing up their canopies and coolers, in order to make sure they made it out to Nevada Ave. for a night filled with cruising. The days' festivities were proof that Lowriding is still going strong in the Mile High state, and that it doesn't matter what club name is printed on the back of a shirt, we can always come together to share in a common passion to benefit the younger generation of this culture.

City Wide Car Club would like to thank all of the car clubs and enthusiasts that were on hand in support this day, including those enthusiasts who traveled from as far as Northern Colorado to be part of this event. A big thank you also goes out to the clubs that helped put together the bike show, making it such a huge success for the kids. This show signaled the start of things to come for what will undoubtedly become an unforgettable 2011 season in Colorado.

Most people associate the state of Colorado with blizzards and cold weather, but that is not always the case. In fact, this past May 28th proved to be an amazingly warm and sunny day, and City Wide Car Club took full advantage of it by hosting their second annual Kickback and Bike Show. Nestled about an hour south of Denver, Fountain Creek Regional Park served as the backdrop to a bevy of Mile High Low Riders on this gorgeous day, which also marked the start of a new show season in Colorado. In addition, this show was the perfect opportunity for some local clubs to come together to organize a free bike show for the area youth. Alongside City Wide C.C. were Primera, Ruthless Kustoms, Good Times, and TBA Car Club, and these fine organizations achieved their goal of giving the kids a place to display the bikes which they had so proudly built. The competition also allowed the kids a chance to win a trophy in one of eleven categories. "We just wanted to give the kids a chance to show their bikes," stated Chris Kaufman of City Wide Car Club. "Today, it's about them."

Some of the other clubs in attendance for this pot luck-style picnic were Nothing Else Matters, Convicted, Affili-Hated, HITS, Most Hated, East Side Low Ride, Casuals, 5150, and USO. With such prolific and dedicated clubs on hand, every corner of the parking lot was lined with custom cars sitting on chrome for everyone to see. The scene attracted people from all sides of the park, eager to witness the beauty, artwork, and detail of the cars and bikes on display. With the sound of kids playing football in the park and the smell of barbeque filling the air, this was definitely a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately, as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and the show began to wind down.

As the event came to a close, trophies were presented to the "best of the best" in each bike category, and participant ribbons were given to all of the bike entrants of the day. People slowly started packing up their canopies and coolers, in order to make sure they made it out to Nevada Ave. for a night filled with cruising. The days' festivities were proof that Lowriding is still going strong in the Mile High state, and that it doesn't matter what club name is printed on the back of a shirt, we can always come together to share in a common passion to benefit the younger generation of this culture.

City Wide Car Club would like to thank all of the car clubs and enthusiasts that were on hand in support this day, including those enthusiasts who traveled from as far as Northern Colorado to be part of this event. A big thank you also goes out to the clubs that helped put together the bike show, making it such a huge success for the kids. This show signaled the start of things to come for what will undoubtedly become an unforgettable 2011 season in Colorado.