When we attend car shows, we look them all over and pick the top vehicles or those with interesting stories and contact the owners or builders. We cover cars, trucks, motorcycles, race cars, novelty vehicles... uniques can be as popular as the top vehicles. Some of the vehicles we have featured are Ridler winners, AMBR winners, SEMA winners, and GoodGuys top finishers. We take tons of photos of each vehicle and compile them into attractive interviews. When celebrities are at a show, we like to interview them as well.
This is the largest roadster show in the Northwest and offers a prize equal to the largest in the nation ($10,000). They display between 300 and 400 vehicles each year and consistently display Ridler winners. They also bring celebrities to the show, allowing visitors to meet people in the industry they wouldn't normally meet.
The first event that Rides Done Right ever went to was the Salem Roadster Show in 2016. They are an invitation only show that generally displays a little over 100 vehicles.
We attended this show from 2016 to 2018 where they averaged around 200 vehicles, and saw some great vehicles and got some great interviews. Unfortunately they stopped in 2019, but we keep our archive of 33 videos and tons of photos.
Greg has frequented this show for years and in 2019 he covered the show when Street Rodder magazine showed up to put the show on its route to seek their top 100 and they awarded 10 vehichles in this show.
Rides Done Right was at the 2016 Shift S3ctor - Airstrip Attack in McMinnville Oregon. We captured lots of great video and photos of exotic cars and motorcycles racing down the runway at a posted half mile breaking multiple WORLD RECORDS throughout the whole weekend. Click the images and links throughout this page.
In the summer of 2016, while looking for a birthday present for his grandson - Larry got a taste of 1/32 digital slot car racing... and he got bit hard. Thus began the search for all cool things 1/32. RDR Speedway is the result of a lot of work, searching, buying, waiting - rinse, repeat.