Cyberpace is Scrapin' on
This is the phase that can be heard on the internet these days on, a phrase that executive producers Mark Aragon and Rick Mansfield have been working on since 2002 when they began their challenging journey of building and putting up a website that illustrates what they had seen first hand for themselves; the unfiltered real low rider story of hard working, good people who love their families and their culture.

After seven years of extensive filming, gathering the right people, experts and families that properly represent the phenomenon known as the low rider car culture, their vision has finally become reality.

Both Mark and Rick each earned their stripes working in the motion picture/television industry for many years prior and were producers on the award winning series, which is in its 7th year of syndication, "Rolling Art," an automotive show that focuses on the motorized vehicle as an art form.

From the beginning Mark and Rick realized that some of the low riders that they had seen were truly amazing works of rolling art and immediately wanted to add low rider segments to the Rolling Art show. After winning numerous discussions amongst other RATV show producers, Mark and Rick emerged as one of the first groups of TV producers to bring the low rider culture into main stream television. In 2002 they broadcast their first of many low rider segments, and haven't looked back since.

Having demonstrated their true desire to show the positive side of lowriding over the past seven (7) years, Mark and Rick have become accepted and trusted as "The Guy's" throughout the low rider culture and have gathered an impressive digital library complete with some never before seen footage of both historical and recent low rider events, as well as helping to promote upcoming Latino bands, such as Salvador Santana (The SSB,) Upground, B-Side Players, and Balance, all of which can be heard on the LRTV website.

2009 promises to be a great year for, as they have already pooled resources with companies such as, Latin Heat Online, LATV, Latin Lingo Clothing, and of course, Lowrider Magazine.