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BangShift.com Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion Photos: Real Cruising On Route 66 In SoCal!

Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion Photos: Real Cruising On Route 66 In SoCal!

Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion Photos: Real Cruising On Route 66 In SoCal!

(Photos by Dannie Pinard) Euclid Avenue is one of the most historic streets in Southern California and is right on Route 66. It’s a street that runs through the heart of Ontario and Upland, and features a big wide tree-lined park-like center divider that defines the street and makes it unlike any other. With old buildings, historic homes, killer views, and more, Euclid Avenue is iconic in SoCal which is why Ontario’s Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion couldn’t have a better place to call home. What makes this even special, compared to the jillions of other cruise nights, car shows, and events in SoCal is that cruising is part of the actual event. You get to cruise a route that is blocked off just for hot rods and customs.

I used to live just a couple blocks off of Euclid, and can tell you that this area of Southern California is a hot bed for custom cars, trucks, hot rods, race cars, and more. This event highlighted them all, and long time BANGshifter Dannie Pinard was on hand enjoying it all. While I was super jealous, I was at least glad he offered to share his photos with all of us here. So big thanks to Dannie, as we’ve got a couple galleries worth of photos for you, starting in the gallery below.


Event Description:

Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion® is a Southern California ultimate weekend celebration of America’s love affair with the automobile and its world-famous highway, Route 66. Two days of cruisin’, contests, live entertainment, fabulous food, and revelry make it one of the best events of its kind. Held annually each September along historic, tree-shaded Euclid Avenue in Ontario, California, Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion is where classic cruisers, convertibles, hot rods, and wicked Woodies fuel a jam-packed jamboree. Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion is a family-friendly event located on historic Euclid Avenue and the downtown streets near Ontario Town Square. 


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