On the second Saturday of each month, Littleton’s streets are filled with classic trucks and muscle cars. Locals drive around the town gleaming from ear to ear as they drive their favorite vehicle for everyone to see. These people are the Littleton Cruisers and they welcome anyone that has a passion for driving their favorite vehicles, just like they do.
The Cruisers wanted to have a more localized car club that anyone can join. According to the LIttleton Independent, there is every type of driver at these events. “I’ve always had a love affair with trucks,” said Arlene Clawson in the article. “I learned to drive in a 1950 truck.” Clawson picked out their Chevy truck at the local Woodlawn Shopping Center and started cruisin’ with the other members.
Founder of the Littleton Cruisers Harold Schultes said, in the article, that he wanted an alternative to the Golden Super Cruise, which is usually so packed and too far from home. Second-Saturday rides are becoming more popular for residents to share the same interests. Its a great hobby for those who want to share tips and spread news about local car shows.
A majority of the Littleton Cruisers are American muscle cars, but they want to make sure that everyone knows that all models are invited to join. Since the club began in 2009, the group has moved the starting line from Broadway Bowl to Woodlawn.