The Back The Blue event was held in Pelham, AL at the Oak Mountain Amphitheater. The event started out at the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, and the attendees rode their rides around the race track for a few laps. The event also helped to promote the Alabama Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics. There were an arrange of extreme off road and street performance machines, that made for an enjoyable Sunday to be around.
The Shelby County Sheriffs Department helicopter before take off.
At first, I was not sure how I felt about the Charger with the yellow letter tires. The more I looked at it, the more I realized how cool it looks. Kudos, to the owner who made the bold decision to install Nascar style tires on his late model Mopar.
Joel Lindsay of Pell City, AL owns this clean 2015 Jeep Rubicon. Joel’s Jeep has several custom features and upgrades such as 4.56:1 gears and 37″ tires. The Jeep trailer, was hand built by Joel and features matching wheels and tires.
The art of making suspension twist and contort on this level, is a remarkable feat to say the least.
This Porsche 911 belongs to the City of Hoover Police Department. It was seized by the department, from a major drug dealer a few years back.
Taylor from 4 Wheel Parts called upon the attending first responders to be honored in front of the crowd.
Mentions and Shout Outs
- Smith “The Hot Wheels Guy”
- Deidra Quick Trammell and Jason Trammell
- Randall and Landon Shew from Drag Race Central Radio Show
- Taylor and the staff at Birmingham 4 Wheel Parts
- PAPAWS BBQ & Catering