¡ A Festival highlight is our bicycle show. Please come and show your bicycles and/or enjoy the Show !
We are proud and honored that cousins Matt and Joe Rodriquez will again organize this show and will host its awards ceremony, with Aisha Santiago-Rodriguez generously managing the process.
Registration is “day of”.
If you have multiple bicycles, you may drive into the park to drop them off only between 8:00 am and 9:30 am. All cars must be out of the park by 9:45 am. Bicycle show entries may be walked into the Park until 11:15 am. If you need help walking in bicycles, volunteers will be available.
Please arrive at the Festival and register your show bike between 8 am and 11:15 am. Please pay the $5 admission price at the main gate. You will then be directed to the bicycle show area where you register and pay $5 per bike show entrant.
If you don’t want to enter the bike show but do want to show off your bike, bicycles may be brought into the Festival grounds. There is plenty of room to picnic and show off your bicycles.
Bike Show Schedule:
8:00 am to 11:15 am: Bike Show Registration
12:00 pm Judging Begins
3:00 pm: Awards & Honoring Ceremony
Show Requirements, Categories, Prizes & Awards:
- You must be present to win
- At least 3 bicycles must be entered per category to qualify for judging.
- No refunds will be allowed if a category fails to attract at least three bicycles
Bike Show Prizes:
- Cash Prize for Best in Show!
- Trophies for all winners!
- Framed Certificates of Excellence for all winners
- Special Trophy will be awarded by the Stockton Cycle Show‘s Roder Mercado for his “Best in Show” pick!
Bike Show Award Categories:
– Best In Show
– Cruiser (see Stretch/Cruiser)
– Most Members Participation Award
– Muscle (Schwinn Sting-Rays, Raleigh Choppers, etc.)
– Original (Must be 1980s and older)
– Rat Rod
– Theme Bike
Need More information?
Please contact Aisha at: email@example.com
More About Joe and Matt Rodriquez:
Our Festival celebrates and promotes the art form of custom, lowrider, vintage and cruiser bicycles. San Josè is considered to be an epicenter of this art and cousins Joe and Matt Rodriquez belong to one of the Bay Area’s first families of lowrider bicycle builders. As pre-teens they began designing and building bicycles under the tutelage of Matt’s beloved grandfather, William “Pops” Camacho.
Joe is a now a professional photographer, a bike builder, a founding member of the LuxuriouS Bike Club and is the publisher of Gooseneck Bicycles Magazine. His photographs and on-line magazine showcase this art form and the culture that creates it. Instagram: gooseneckmagazine
Marrying modern design, functionality and the San Francisco Bay Area’s hot rod, motorcycle, lowrider and graffiti urban cultures, Matt is a veteran bicycle designer, fabricator and builder. His Shorty Fatz and Pops Fabrication Series 8’s have sold world-wide and have been featured in the Los Angeles Times and exhibited at the Oakland Museum of California and San Jose’s Museum of Art.
Both Matt and Joe’s bicycles were exhibited at History San Josè’s 2014-2015 exhibition, Silicon Valley Bikes! Passion, Innovation and Politics Since 1880.