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Lake Arrowhead Classics Car and Motorcycle Show

Published on: July 05, 2012

Lake Arrowhead Classics Car and Motorcycle Show is an annual event drawing together some of the hottest rods and bikes in the mountains. Tucked in the pine forests of the San Bernardino mountains northeast of Los Angeles, Lake Arrowhead takes around 90 minutes to two hours to access from most of Los Angeles area. The event is all about the wonderful world of automobiles, motorcycles and making friends, and it is free to the public.

There are shops, restaurants and vendors throughout the village, along with vendor booths. T-shirts will be on sale while supplies last. There will be bands throughout the day and be sure to stay for the Lake Arrowhead Concert Series at 6:30 p.m. with  Martha Davis and the Motels. Enjoy the good food, and drinks, and enjoy the day!

July 28, 2012,  9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location Lake Arrowhead Village,  28200 Hwy 189, Lake Arrowhead, Ca 92352
Cost: Cars $30  Bikes $25  Public Free
Public Phone: (877) 625-6505

ABOUT: Each year through events such as the Lake Arrowhead car show, awareness of Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis (LCA) is brought to public attention. In 2009, then 7 month old Gavin, the inspiration of GRSF, was diagnosed with LCA, an extremely rare childhood retina disease that is present at birth, and causes blindness in both eyes. Unwilling to accept the fact that nothing could be done, GRSF was created; a 501c3 non-profit organization, ran by a group of dedicated volunteers. Since its inception, GRSF has made remarkable strides. With the help of a team of scientists here in the US, and Beijing, the funds go toward medical research to bring about treatment of this blinding disease.

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