Eibach Honda Meet - Eeffect Apparel
victoryawards.us speedway/ Hey guys. So as i have mentioned at the. It's hard to believe this event, which is now one of the largest events on the West Coast, started in the Eibach Springs parking lot with about 50 vehicles nearly 13 . West Coast Honda meets have always been highly regarded and this year's Eibach Springs event surely didn't disappoint. Thousands of Honda's from all years.
2018 Eibach Honda Meet
In regards to a lack of Honda builds, the 13th annual Eibach Honda Meet would disagree. After so many years of hosting the annual all-Honda get-together, most would expect the event to slow down by now.
With 12 events behind them, the Eibach Honda Meet's founder and long-time Honda enthusiast, Ryan Hoegner, states "This thing just keeps growing. Right when we think to ourselves that it's maxed out, that this is the biggest year and we won't ever top it, the following year ends up kicking its ass.
This all took place within the largest space the group has ever worked with, situated on three adjoining parking sectors in Fontana's Fan Zone area. Though Elsinore seemed to be an ideal host for the massive volume of cars, negotiations with the stadium soured last year and by November, the staff looked to Fontana with high aspirations for the larger venue.
Eibach Honda Meet East
Hoegener adds, "The management staff at Fontana was so easy to work with and they understood the significance of this event. We definitely want to come back to work with these guys again forwe couldn't be happier.
A rain-or-shine affair, many feared the unseasonably cold and rainy weather on the days leading up to the 7th would turn people away. The morning saw a damp vendor set up and initial roll in, but any more rainfall was held off until the very end of the event and joined by a healthy amount of cold winds.
It was a far cry from the almost mandatory plus degree temps that have long been associated with the annual event. When it comes to trends and styles, you can see it all, from the mild to the painfully wild.
Now inthe Eibach Honda Meet is now 13 years-old.
- Matt Rodriguez
- Passion First, The Rest Will Follow.
- Ryan Hoegner
To me, it will always be the first and original all-Honda event series that was birthed in the North American mecca of the car scene, the West Coast. My photo coverage started to get more scarce because I was so busy doing other things but for this year, I made sure to get right back into shooting the cars of the Eibach Honda Meet. The time frame was pretty close in terms of scheduling all these events I had to attend.
I had to go to Japan to be a part of the Wekfest Japan show in Nagoya, and had to cut my trip short just so I could make it back in time for Eibach. Wekfest happened on a Wednesday over in Japan because of a week-long holiday they celebrate and by Saturday, I was already flying back to California so I could make it to the Eibach Meet on Sunday.
Eibach Honda Meet
It was a crazy hectic week. I think I came back on Saturday, editing a bunch of video and photos, slept about an hour, and then loaded-up the Odyssey to head over to Fontana for Eibach at 6: Luckily, the weather was great this year. Previous meets have been so hot that it almost made it unbearable to walk around.