LTL Motorsports brought out their first cover truck to wow the crowds.
A few years back, California only had a handful of good shows left, then along came the Ludikrs show. Initially held in a small airport in Rialto, California, this show quickly gained steam.
The Ludikrs show soon grew too big for the airport so the show promoters and staff decided to take a year off to find a new, more permanent location. With luck on their side, they locked in a deal to throw the show at the Orange Show Fairgrounds in San Bernardino. This show venue which has hosted a ton of minitruck shows in the past and would be sure to hold the growing number of attendees and spectators for years to come.
Painter Shack Mike is promising big things for his Grant Kustoms built Tacoma. New plans i
This year's event was a huge success, and the new location made plenty of room for all who came flooding through the gates. The staff is run by minitruckers from the club Xtreme Lowz and they did a great job of getting everybody in on time and judged in a timely manner (which is always a tough task for the big one-day shows). The only little snag to speak of was the security seemed to be a little "overly cautious," but at the Orange Show that should generally be expected. We look forward to going back next year and enjoying the sun, trucks, ladies, and everything sunny SoCal has to offer.
Name: Ludikrs Show
Location: Orange Show Fairgrounds
Dates: August 15th
Total Vehicles in Attendance: More than 400
Spectator Attendance: More than 2,500
• Tattoo artist expo
• Skateboard demo
• Air hop
• Bikini contest
Ludikrs Kustomz, Mad House FX, Lowlife Video, Extreme Audio, Continental Tires, Grommit Industries
Contact for Future Events:
Chris from Ludikrs Kustomz, (909) 434-1999
Mixing tattoos and truck shows is a no brainer for custom enthusiasts looking to take thei
The Surface crew came out from Arizona to show off their latest gear.