Car and bike show, burnout event coming to Wagoner Oct. 10 | News

Car Show Promotion 2020

Manny Salcido of Fort Gibson holds the Folks’s Selection trophy for his crimson Chevy Chevelle SS throughout the first Swap n Gears automotive present contest in Wagoner. Automobile fanatics will likely be competing for high prizes at this 12 months’s automotive present deliberate Oct. 10.

Wagoner will likely be buzzing with exercise Saturday, Oct. 10 when Downtown Wagoner, Corp. hosts the neighborhood’s annual Switching Gears celebration on Foremost Road.

The fun-filled day will embody a automotive present, bike present, cruise/poker run, burnout contest, music and meals.

Automobile present registration is from 7-9 a.m. and judging begins at 9:30 a.m. Automobile/truck lessons embody muscle automobiles (1965-1972), classics (1966-1985, present automobiles, rat rods, vehicles (any 12 months), antiques (1965 or older) and customs.

Motorbike lessons embody customs, classics (1966-1985), bagger-side luggage and sport-crotch rockets.

Awards will likely be introduced at 11 a.m.

From 12:30-4 p.m. a cruise/poker run is deliberate. The 55-mile run begins at Flower to the Folks (224 S. Foremost) then runs to Wagoner Care Middle (205 N. Lincoln), Yorkshire Village Retirement Middle (2200 W. Wellington), Cypress Cove Marina and Giggle Fish Grill (6372 E. a hundred and first St. N., DAM Bar OK-80 in Fort Gibson, Foggy Backside Kitchen (19808 Park 10 in Hulbert) and ends again in Wagoner at Schalliol’s Bar, Grill & Lanes, 121 N. Foremost.

At 6 p.m. the burnouts will start. Sponsored by Woolley Booger Racing, the competition winner will obtain a $250 money prize.

For extra info or to enter the competitions, name 918-457-0207 or ship an e mail to