Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 31 January 2015

Cruising down to Ulster car display

Some of Northern Ireland's best modified cars will be on display in Bangor, Co Down, today at this year's Cruise Control event.

Some of Northern Ireland's best modified cars will be on display in Bangor, Co Down, today at this year's Cruise Control event.

More than 140 modified, performance, classic and kit cars will be battling it out for prizes at the popular event.

Replicas of the Knigh Rider, Dukes of Hazzard and Starsky and Hutch cars will also be on display, along with some of the PSNI's latest vehicles.

The Harley Davidson Hogs Club will be showing off some of the best Harleys and modified Harleys in Northern Ireland on the promenade and the Brothers of the Third Wheel - Ireland will also there with some great trikes.

Local strongman David Stitt will pull a car along Queens Parade promenade and will then lift one for charity.

The MPH Television programme will also be there to raffle a modified car as well as recording for the show.

The event is particularly focused at Northern Ireland's 17 to 25-year-olds who are the major risk group involved in road traffic incidents.

Cruise Control 06 will take place in the McKee Clock arena between 12 noon and 5pm.

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