Rosemead celebrates fourth of July with the city’s largest and most popular annual community celebration, the Independence Day parade and festival. The parade starts from Valley Boulevard and Bartlett Avenue and ends at Rosemead Park. The parade features entries from the community and region, along with local heroes and community groups. Rucksters Customs™ has been a participant since 2010. This year Team Rucksters rode in uniform, wearing our custom Rucksters U.S.A. T-Shirts. We also handed out free Rucksters keychains, Crest stickers and American flags to eager parade spectators. Thanks to all who made it out and special thanks to Honest™ Mike for the awesome video—coming soon!


Rucksters Customs™ Crest Flags printed by Gen X Graphics.

City of Rosemead 4th of July Parade. Always fun to support the city we grew up in. And still the undisputed SLOWEST RIDE EVER!!

Ronald McDonald‬ clowning around on Rucksters Customs™ "Neptune."
Courtesy of HardF

Team Rucksters waiting for our turn to participate in the parade.

Honest Mike captures funny video clips of Ronald McDonald cracking jokes.
Courtesy of HardF

Rucksters Customs™ "Black Mamba" GY6 205cc ready to ride.
Courtesy of James Guru Pham

"Darth Kitty" rolling out in her first Rosemead 4th of July Parade.
Courtesy of hlfpnt8

Sam Newcomer, a member of the Southern California Garrison of the 501st Legion, marches as Darth Vader leading his Stormtroopers in the Rosemead Fourth of July parade.
Courtesy of Mark Edwards

Team Rucksters finishing up the 2015 Rosemead Fourth of July Parade.

Another shot, but this time, "Smile for the camera!"

Team Rucksters wrapping up the 2015 Rosemead Independence Day Parade.

See ya'll next year!

Storm Troopers regroup at the end of the parade.

"Darth Kitty" and her troops at the Rosemead ID4 Parade.
Courtesy of hlfpnt8

Group shot in front of Rosemead High School, the usual suspects. Thanks for the support, always!

Lunch is served! Tony made some super decker burgers with all the fixings, including his homemade chili.

Written by Hai T — July 07, 2015

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