600 cars, 1000 plus people, 100 degree weather with 100% humidity, beer and BBQ combined, make Houston’s All-Team Bash. Ringing in on their third year, local hardpark crew Sunwork’s leader David aka Kimo had his biggest event to date. The All-team Bash is a meet that has a few objectives in mind, to establish stronger comradery between crews, have a great time, and provide an all welcoming environment for those who want to come out and meet their local favorites. This year proved just that, people rolled from all over to hang out, eat, drink, and sweat to the beat of a ricer on a hot Sunday afternoon and we were there to hang with them.
Size wise, local team Sunworks has spanned across several states and has grown signifigantly in size. When Kimo and crew had originally planned out the first All Team Bash I wonder if they anticipated it growing to this size. I mean, for a Sunday afternoon in that kind of heat, 600 cars is nothing to laugh at. That’s a shitload.
When we had arrived to Bear Creek Park, (the location of the event) the lines of cars didn’t end, and with the combined heat intensity it was extremely difficult to catch the “whole” event. However, we happened to catch some of what it had to offer.
Most of the teams that were out at All Team Bash were familiar faces however there were a few teams that we had never seen as well which is really exciting. It is always nice to see a fresh new set of tuners looking to dive into the passion that has engulfed us for these past years.
And of course, there were some people as well that held out, saving their rides for the up and coming offset inspired event, The 512 Project coming up here at the end of the month in Austin. So we didn’t catch too many aggressively stanced cars, but there was some.
Did I mention that it was hot?
All in all, Kimo, the Sunworks Crew, and the rest of the volunteers that helped organize the All Team Bash did a great job. Hopefully for year 4 they can swing something at night time, where the temperature might be slightly cooler. =)
Great job Kimo, good way to celebrate your Birthday! 😉