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Another Weekend, Another Lowrider Show: Here Are the Most Wicked Ranflas From Echo Park’s Latest Cruise

3:11 PM PDT on July 19, 2021

[dropcap size=big]F[/dropcap]or a one-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard, Marion Way, and Vin Scully Way, lowriders cruised Echo Park. Multiple car clubs and solo riders were in attendance and the vibe was family-friendly like most lowrider shows in Los Angeles. Spectators and drivers enjoyed a raspado and a plate full of tacos with a side or cars hitting switches on a hot Sunday afternoon. Over 300 people made up of locals and lowrider enthusiasts from all over L.A. walked up and down the Boulevard, taking photos and enjoying the show taking place in the streets. A live band set the mood as the sun set over blue heaven on earth. The cruise ended with people in attendance dancing the weekend away.

High Class Car Club had their rides on display. Photo by Erwin Recinos.
Bikes on the Blvd riding bikes on Sunset Blvd. Photo by Erwin Recinos.
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