The Southern Knights Cruisers sponsors a cruise-in at Hardee's located at 1901 W. Hundred Rd. (Exit 61-A on Rt.I-95) in Chester, VA, every Saturday Night (weather permitting) starting at 5:00 PM.
This will be our 13th year for this cruise-in! The cruise-in season starts on April 2nd, weather permitting, and continues through October 29th.
Cruise in for Good Food, Good Music, Good Friends, Beautiful Classic Cars, Bikes & More. The clubs DJ's "Wolf Man John", the "Rocket Man" or "Rockin Johnny Hall" will be on hand for entertainment. We Look forward to seeing You!
The lot gets full between 6-7 PM and park everywhere. Be sure and get there early.
Southern Knights Cruisers would like to welcome you to checkout the new Video footage section of our website that covers past Hardees cruise ins.
The Southern Knights Cruisers host their weekly Saturday cruise-ins at Hardees on Old Stage Rd. in Chester, VA starting Saturday, April 2nd thru October 29th, 5:00 till 9:00 or until everyone leaves (weather permitting).
"It doesn't get any better than this!"
Over 100 vehicles in attendance at the cruise-in from as far away as Newport News, VA Beach & Tidewater Area, Powhatan, Mechancisville, Short Pump, Franklin, Charlottesville, and yes, Maryland and North Carolina.
Hagerty’s Youth Programs are designed to ensure the future of the classic car hobby by Driving the Passion for Classics and providing young people unique access to classic car related experiences. With entertaining activities, educational programs and hands-on participation, Hagerty’s Youth Programs help young people increase their knowledge and enthusiasm for collector automobiles.
Hagerty – the leading provider of collector car insurance and valuation services – recognizes the importance of youth involvement and is helping to spark the interest of classics among a younger generation through their Youth Programs. Hagerty Youth Programs, introduced in 2007, has provided more than 2,500 youth with opportunities to learn about classics through exciting programs such as Youth Judging, the Hagerty Driving Experience, Young Designers Contest and Youth Reporter Contest.
We are proud to include Hagerty’s Youth Judging at the 2016 Southern Knights Cruisers Veterans Car Show. Through this program, interested youth will have the chance to get up close to exciting classic cars, meet the owners and learn the basics of judging. Young Judges will learn historical features of select classics and be shown specific details that will help them score the cars. Scores will be given on a scale of one-to-five in five basic categories including design, interior, electrical, paint and engine compartment. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the Young Judges donning their blue shirts, red hats and official scorecards!
After all scorecards are tallied, the Young Judges will gather at the Awards Ceremony to present awards to their first, second and third place recipients. Last year, the Hagerty Youth Judging program was hosted at more than 70 classic car events and 30 wooden boat shows throughout the United States, Canada, and the U.K. In addition, Hagerty hosted several other youth programs including the Hagerty Driving Experience which provides young drivers the opportunity to learn to drive manual transmission classic cars.
To learn more about or get involved with Hagerty’s Youth Programs, please visit www.Hagerty.com/YouthPrograms or contact Rachel Flynn, Youth Advocacy Coordinator, at YouthPrograms@Hagerty.com.
Date: October 1, 2016
Rain Date: October 2, 2016
For more information about our show visit the Southern Knights Cruisers Veterans Car & Bike Show web page.
For more information about our show visit the Southern Knights Cruisers Veterans Car & Bike Show webpage.
Join us every Saturday Night!Cruise-Ins
Ricky Williams and John Ronkartz met with the president of Richard Bland College, Mrs. Debbie Sydow, to present a donation check and an appreciation plaque.
John Ronkartz and Tommy Hammond presenting the appreciation plaque to the
23rd Quartermaster Brigade.
John Ronkartz and Ricky Williams attend the presentation by the Colonial Heights DECA Club.