Rollerz Only Niagara Chapter Rollerz Only NiagaraPicnic 2004
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                   4th of July / Canada Day Picnic
                   July 4th, 2004

Rollerz Only Niagara Chapter hosted the 1st annual "4th of July / Canada Day" picnic on July 4th, 2004, at Kings Bridge park, in Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada. The morning started off on a bad note with huge thunderstorms rolling through, but by 10am the park started to fill up quickly. A great spot for a picnic - right on the Niagara River, about a mile upstream from the Falls. East coast Rollerz Only members came from as far away as Philly (Jeff), Cincinnati (Trevis) and Cleveland (Big Dan)...along with Drastic members from NYC. Local Toronto-area clubs were also in attendance including True Playaz, Rydaz4Life, All That, Sinful Creations and 2nd Glance. That, combined with a number of clean local rides made for a great turnout for our first ever picnic! Jimmy got the grill fired up by noon and manned the cooking duties for over 2 hours, serving up the usual hotdogs and burgers, along with some local flavour such as bratwurst and bbq chicken. The Rollerz' girls added lots of pasta, salads and desserts to make sure everyone had their fill! Some random hopping started, and later Niagara Chapter prez, Pete threw $300 on the hood of his car inviting anyone to nose up to his 63 and take the loot. With no one stepping up, he put on a quick show for the crowd, tapping back bumper on his show winning Impala! In the end, the rain held off and a great day was had by all! Big thanks goes out to all the RO members and their wives/girls for their hard work and generous donations of food, drinks and time...along with everyone that attended to show support for the local lowrider scene! Keep an eye out for upcoming coverage of the picnic in Lowrider Magazine.