You know something serious is happening when they shut down an entire street! Why? Because Saint Side that’s why! John street in St Albans is the location and with help from vendors, volunteers and Brimbank Council the party was on.
Along with the lowriders, cruisers, and vintage bikes were a special selection of cars handpicked especially for the show. Karl’s KE10 Corolla from the infamous JVN Garage was in attendance and looking sharp.
There were plenty of American low riders and Yank tanks on show including Lincolns, Mercurys and Chevys with something for everyone’s taste.
The show is not only about cars and bikes but also street culture. Showing off your new kicks with your favorite four legged friend was another strong theme of the day.
I have never seen so many custom bikes in one place with a massive collection of bikes that are not just your every day pushie.
The personal touches on some of the bikes are interesting and could indicate the owners origins or just be a representation of their favorite things.
Trikes aren’t just for kids! White walls, candy paint and lots of chrome!
So gangsta while being so cute! This is something an evil clown would ride in a serial killer movie.
One of Australia’s most E-famous S13’s. Yes it’s Oliver’s crazy low drift beast looking the part as always.
With so much to see in a street full of action it was hard to focus! Every year this show just grows and grows! It’s great to see what Mark from Saint Side has created over the last seven years.
The Saint Side crew is strong and loyal with many of their own cars on display plus performances from K-Star, Ali Belmont and resident DJ Rod G.
The Chevy Imapala steering wheel is almost bus sized but its size is relative to the size of the Impala; its one huge car! So many cool lowriders in one street.
John Street was absolutely packed with people! The atmosphere was electric and with this amount of people it felt like a live music festival.
With 120 bikes, 40 plus cars and 10 plus motorcycles there wasn’t much room for vendors in the street but Mark managed to fit everyone in.
This is truly an original Beetle with original paint job and rust but damn it was tuff!
The winner of Saint Side Excel Award goes to this crazy air bagged ride. There was a constant crowd around this bike all day along with the owner demonstrating how to lower and raise the bike with its crazy air bag system.
This is one hell of a custom trike with its widebody fiberglass shell, custom gear shift and a whole heap of chrome.
This crew took over the road and cruised down to the local milk bar and back rolling in style the whole way.
The show was a massive success! The bicycle raffle raised over five hundred dollars and all the money was donated to the charity Beyond Blue. Saint Side know how to put on a real show with lots of variety and a fun atmosphere. Not to mention they sell some of the best street wear around plus a massive host of custom bike parts. We can’t wait to see what plan for next year. We don’t know what it will be but we know it will be big!
Thanks for reading,