1. Lowriding Returns, July 2010

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    Lowriders protest the banning of lowriding by riding around the city, made an appearance in Mission Local in July 2010

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    • ♛ JAP CAR FEST X ♛

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      Юбилейный десятый фестиваль японских автомобилей на автодроме "Мячково"

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      • RAZA SAN DIEGO CAR CLUB. 1ST ANNUAL CAR SHOW

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        Video By Sipproductions https://www.facebook.com/SIPPRODUCTIONS

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        • Los Boulevardos Cruise to the Lake 2015

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          Los Boulevardos and friends gathered on a warm LA morning at the 6th Street Bridge to cruise historic Whittier Blvd on their way to an afternoon cruise-in at Legg Lake Park.

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          • Classic Legends Japan

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            Classic Legends Car Show in Nagoya, Japan was a one-time only lowrider and kustom car show. With high quality Japanese built, American lowriders alongside some of their famous U.S. counterparts and legends of the lowrider scene; the show was a once in a lifetime experience.

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            • SF Lowrider Council's "Cinco de Mayo Give Something Back Lowrider Car Show"

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              Here's some footage from SF Lowrider Council's "Cinco de Mayo, Give Something Back Lowrider Car Show". It was shot on the Panasonic GH4 with the 12-35mm lens using Varavon's Birdycam 2 for stabilization. The color grade was done using Film Convert. We had an awesome time checking out the Council's amazing lowrider creations. Shout outs to Emm from www.CheesyCam.com and Tony from the SF Lowrider Council. Links: http://varavon.com/products/birdycam-2 https://vimeo.com/emmagination sanfranciscolowridercouncil@gmail.com

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              • Chicano Park 2015

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                About Chicano Park... Community residents had long been demanding a park.[6] The City Council had promised to build a park to compensate for the loss of over 5,000 homes and businesses removed for the construction of the freeway and bridge, as well as for the aesthetic degradation created by the overhead freeways supported by a forest of gray concrete piers. In June 1969, the park was officially approved and a site was designated, but no action was taken to implement the decision.[10] The takeover[edit] The final straw came on April 22, 1970. On his way to school, a community member, San Diego City College student, and Brown Beret member named Mario Solis noticed bulldozers next to the area designated for the park. When he inquired about the nature of the work being undertaken, he was shocked to discover that, rather than a park, the crew was preparing to build a parking lot next to a building that would be converted into a California Highway Patrol station.[3][11] Solis went door-to-door to spread the news of the construction. At school, he alerted the students of Professor Gil Robledo's Chicano studies class, who printed fliers to bring more attention to the affair. At noon that day, Mexican-American high school students walked out of their classes to join other neighbors who had already congregated at the site.[12] Some protesters formed human chains around the bulldozers, while others planted trees, flowers, and cactus.[6] Solis is reported to have commandeered a bulldozer to flatten the land for planting. Also, notably, the flag of Aztlán was raised on an old telephone pole, marking a symbolic "reclamation" of land that was once Mexico by people of Mexican descent.[6] There were many young people and families at the protest.[11] When the crowd grew to 250, construction was called off. The occupation of Chicano Park lasted for twelve days[6] while community members and city officials held meetings to negotiate the creation of a park. During that time, groups of people came from Los Angeles and Santa Barbara to join the occupation and express solidarity.[6] Not trusting the city and fearing that abandoning the land would be tantamount to conceding defeat, an agreement was finally reached whereby the recently formed Chicano Park Steering Committee would call for an end to the occupation of the land while stationing informal picketers on the public sidewalks around the disputed terrain to provide residents with information regarding the project. They maintained that the park would be re-occupied if negotiations failed.[10] At a meeting on April 23, a young artist named Salvador Torres, recently returned to the barrio from the College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, shared his vision of adorning the freeway support pillars with beautiful artworks[6] and a green belt with trees and other vegetation that would stretch all the way to the waterfront.[4] For this reason, he is sometimes referred to as "the architect of the dream."[13] Finally, on July 1, 1970, $21,814.96 was allocated for the development of a 1.8 acre (7,300 m²) parcel of land.

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                • Vietnam by Motorcycle

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                  We did a 4 day motorcycle trip from Dalat up through the highlands and back down to Siagon. Amazing trip, and hours of footage. Here is just a little look at our adventure.

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                  • Napa Show 2015 Hawaii

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                    check out some hoping action from the Napa Show March 22, 2015 in Honolulu Hawaii. High Hitters Hydraulics, Undivided Car Club, and Black Magic Hydraulics.

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                    • Jay 305 - Thuggin (15 secs)

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                      Instagram: @Carlos.Enriquez carlosnenriquez322@yahoo.com

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