rubidoux high school route 66 car club presents the 4th annual
WILD BILL'S RIVERSIDE NATIONALS
Saturday, May 11, 2019 . 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Rubidoux High School, Riverside, Calif.
The Fourth Annual Car Show is Saturday, May 11th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rubidoux High School student parking lot, adjacent to the football field. The lot is located at the back of the high school with nearest cross streets, 42nd and Pacific Avenue. Judging for awards will occur during the event with awards to be handed out from 1:45 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Riverside Nationals Car Show is open to all years, makes and models. Registration is available online starting February 1st for $25. Additional registration opportunity will be available for cash only on the day of the event from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the gate entry on Pacific Avenue. Late registrants will be accepted until 12 p.m. We encourage all participants to register early or complete the registration form below and bring it to the event for day of registration.
Spectator tickets will be available online for $5, starting February 1st. Additional ticket opportunity at the event for $5, cash only. There are no refunds for ticket sales, with all proceeds to benefit the Rubidoux High School Route 66 Car Club Scholarship Fund. Children age ten and under are free with paid adult, please no dogs or animals at the event. Students with ASB card from any school and Military with ID will be admitted for free.
SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES
The Fourth Annual Wild Bill’s Riverside Nationals Car Show will feature a panel of legendary pinstripers including Richard McPeak, Hot Dog, Chillin’ Jeff Styles, Dave Whittle, Calvin Wiekamp, Zeak Zorac and a host of other pinstripers. The show will feature an appearance by patriarch of the pinstripe community, Tom Kelly.
PIN-UP CONTEST HOSTED BY SIZZLING SWEET PEA
A nod to the fashion of the past, Sizzling Sweet Pea will host a pin-up contest to showcase the style, poise and contemporary pin-up style. For more information please contact: email@example.com .
- The contest is not affiliated or organized with the Rubidoux High School Route 66 Car Club.
Vendor registration will be available online starting Febraury 1st for $25 with proceeds to benefit the Rubidoux High School Scholarship Fund. Registration for the event includes two complementary tickets to be received at gate check-in from 8am to 10am at Rubidoux High School student parking lot at 42nd Street and Pacific Avenue. Space is adjacent to the car show on the black top, with no electricity or shade, spaces are 10’ x 10’ with check-in from 8 - 10 a.m. All food vendors must be compliant with an active Riverside County Food License. This is a school district approved event and all vendors must be family friendly with no tobacco, vaping, alcohol or other inappropriate items for sale or display. Vendor Registration closes on May 8th at 9pm, no late registrants will be accepted at the event.
Free event parking located at the student parking lot near the football field at 42nd Street and Pacific Avenue. Additional overflow parking available along Pacific Avenue and surrounding residential streets. To keep this a safe family event, please no dogs, drugs, alcohol, tail gaiting, burnouts or patch carriers.
The Car Show will take place at Rubidoux High School, 4250 Opal Street, Jurupa Valley, Calif. 92509. The show staging area is located at the student parking lot adjacent to the football field at the rear of the high school near Pacific Avenue and 42nd Street. Please note, spectators and registrants may not enter at the main front gates of the school on Opal Street.
What about Riverside? The show is in Jurupa Valley but it says Riverside Nationals?
The car show and Rubidoux High School are located within the city of Jurupa Valley. Prior to July 2011, Rubidoux High School was located within unincorporated Riverside, and in the community of Rubidoux. Many locals and alumni still refer to the area as Riverside or Rubidoux, hence the reason behind the car show name. According to the United States Postal Office it is Jurupa Valley, however, we still call it Riverside.
DEDICATED TO WILD BILL
Wild Bill's Riverside Nationals Car Show is dedicated to the memory of legendary pinstripe artist and local, Wild Bill Wisslead. He was known for his keen attention to detail when striping a car and his fine letter skills that were mimicked by many.
Wild Bill passed in January 2017, and was a legend among the custom car and pinstriping community. A native of Orange County and a local Riverside resident, Wild Bill garnered 40 years painting in Southern California, was a featured artist in numerous magazine publications, TLC’s Overhaulin’ and a variety of car shows including Crusin’ Nationals, Grand National Roadster Show, LA Roadster Car Show, Viva Las Vegas, and West Coast Kustoms Santa Maria Show.
The car show honors this true craftsman, friend and mentor, whose legacy lives on with his family, friends and work.
EVENT PHOTOS FROM THE 2017 WILD BILL'S RIVERSIDE NATIONALS CAR SHOW
Loud engines, fast cars and chrome glistened in the sun as over 100 people attended "Wild Bill's Riverside Nationals Car Show" at Rubidoux High School in Jurupa Valley on Saturday, May 13. The second annual show was hosted by the Rubidoux High School Route 66 Car Club, and showcased 70 cars, trucks and motorcycles.