Ludlow Car & Bike Show Set for Saturday
The first Ludlow Car & Bike Show is scheduled for Saturday at the city's Train Viewing Plaza on Elm Street.
It runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with registration at 8:30 a.m.
The Ludlow Car & Bike show will feature three categories for cars and bikes from prewar-1944, 1945-1970, and 1971-1994. Registration is $8 per car online (guarantees a spot) and $10 day-of.
Judging takes place at 2 p.m. Awards and feature happen at 4 p.m. at the Ludlow Theatre.
It's Just Bricks Hot Dog Cart and other food trucks will be on site with drinks by Second Sights Spirits and BIRCUS Brewing Co.
Custom trophies are being crafted in Bromley by Steidle Fabrication with 1st Place Trophies for each category.
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"Automobile history fascinates all of us - men, women, boys, girls and people from all walks of life. Automobiles are woven into the fabric of our lives, so we love to see their history in the flesh,” said Edwin B. Faulkner, co- Producer of the show.
One Dollar from every pour and all registration profits will support free programming for young people in Ludlow.
“I drove the clown car with fourteen clowns in it for Ringling Bros. when I lived on the circus train,” said Paul Miller, founder of the Social Circus Foundation and Chief Goof Officer of BIRCUS Brewing Co. "And I am excited to work with our community and Ryan Fardo, our longtime Strong Manager and Bike and Car aficionado to utilize the Train Viewing Plaza for our first Car & Bike Show."
Photo by Tom Gaither (provided)