Cars Parade Down Dickson as Part of Big Rally

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This year’s Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally has some new events, including a classic car parade through the streets of Fayetteville.

There were 25 cars taking places in the first ever “Cruise Out.” The convoy lead by Fayetteville police officers left from the Northwest Arkansas Mall parking lot Friday evening and headed south on College Avenue, and onto Dickson Street.

“Our first parade of classic cars down College Avenue and down Dickson Street,” said Michael Dewberry, car show coordinator. “It’s the first time we have ever been able to have classic cars on Dickson Street on Friday night during the biggest charity [motorcycle] rally in the country.”

You can catch the Bikes, Blues & BBQ Classic Car Show again Saturday at the Northwest Arkansas Mall. Up to 400 cars are expected. There will be a trophy presentation at 4 p.m.

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