Lowrider: Past, Present and Future - The Downshift Episode 1
On the premiere episode of The Downshift, Joe Ray, custom car legend and editor in chief of Lowrider magazine, guides you through the culture, history and trends of the world of Lowrider. Riding shotgun is technical editor Saul Vargas, who reveals the true global reach of the Lowrider movement.
Correction: In a rush to bring Joe's great video to you, we misspelled his last name on the title credit. It's R-A-Y! HUGE apologies to the Lowrider legend.
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Lowrider Movie East Side Story
Just as the high tech revolution was taking shape in Silicon Valley in the 1970's, another group of innovators, entrepreneurs and artists on the East Side was taking lowriding to a new level. Lowriding and cruising were considered a waste of time at best and dangerous at worst. But San Jose lowriders were the first to recognized the social significance and commercial potential of what they were doing on the boulevards.
Computer geeks may have brought high technology to the rest of the world, but these vatos brought us the cool, low-slung style that endures to this day. They were innovators in their own right, using groundbreaking media and mass marketing techniques to build Chicano pride and spread the urban style mystique worldwide.
LOWRIDERS IN LAREDO "THREE WHEELIN' ALL DAY"
3 WHEELING IN THE STREETS OF LAREDO FROM BACC IN THE DAY TO PRESENT ,SEVERAL CAR CLUBS AND HOMEBOYS ALSO FROM NUEVO LAREDO ON THREE!!! EVERYBODY ASKIN' THE NAME OF THE SONGS "THE DOGG POUND CALI'Z ACTIVE" AND "MACK 10 HITTIN' SWITCHES"