Pennsauken Business, Industry, and Government Council and Pennsauken Township present the town’s 22nd annual Car and Bike Show. Held on Sunday, Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., hundreds of antique, classic and custom cars and motorcycles will line up along a stretch of the “Maple Mile” that runs from Canning to Union avenues in Pennsauken, and includes the parking lot for Pinsetter Bar and Bowl, 7111 Maple Ave. In addition to the many great cars and bikes, the Pennsauken Car and Bike Show features music, food, and family-friendly entertainment. The popular craft show will also be returning for a second year, with already over 30 vendors signed up to attend.
There will be 22 judging classes for cars, from Stock Production to 1953 to New Cars, 2010 to present, as well as several judging classes for motorcycles.
In addition to the cars and bikes on display, the Pinsetter parking lot will have a barbecue tent with tables and chairs for people to sit, eat, and relax. There will also be some family-friendly entertainment, including inflatable amusements, balloon twisting, face painting, live musical performances, and disk jockeys spinning the both classic and the latest hits.
“This is a great event that people look forward to every year,” says Elwood “Duke” Martz, head of Pennsauken’s Parks and Recreation Department. “We’re once again hoping for some great fall weather, so that thousands of people can enjoy the many cars and bikes that come to our show each year.”