The Beatersville Car and Bike Show has returned to Louisville

Classic car fans packed Louisville’s warehouse district for the 17th Annual Beatersville Auto and Bike Show. The traditional rod and custom show features 1968 and older cars and trucks from all over the Midwest. People also enjoyed the music, vendors, food trucks, a cash bar, and the popular Miss Beatersville pageant. everyone wants to go out these days and show off their cars that have been hidden in the garage all this time. go out with everyone and have everyone out with their friends and family and do our hobbies and stuff that we love.” For the past two years, the show has been temporarily moved to the county fairgrounds from Bullitt and took place in September instead of due to COVID-19.

Classic car fans packed Louisville’s warehouse district for the 17th Annual Beatersville Auto and Bike Show.

The traditional rod and custom show features 1968 and older cars and trucks from all over the Midwest.

People also enjoyed the music, vendors, food trucks, a cash bar, and the popular Miss Beatersville pageant.

Event organizations say that after the pandemic, it’s great to go out and enjoy people’s presence again.

Event organizer Saylor Blandford said: “Since 2020 I think everyone wants to get out these days and show off their cars that have been hidden in the garage all this time.”

Co-host Travis Coomer said: “It feels good. It feels like we’re back home. It’s just good to be back with everyone and to have everyone with friends and family and doing our hobbies and things we love.”

For the past two years, the show has been temporarily moved to the Bullitt County Fairgrounds and held in September instead of May due to COVID-19.

Maria R. Newman