Eibach Honda Meet 2014 Details:
- Biggest Honda enthusiast event on the West Coast logs 10th anniversary
- Over 800 cars on display at Storm Stadium in Lake Elsinore, CA, the most to date
- Plenty of builds flossing themes from old school to JDM and more
The brainchild of Ryan Hoegner from Eibach Springs and Matt "Rodrez" Rodriguez, the Editor-in-Chief at Honda Tuning magazine, the Eibach Honda Meet started as just a simple meet where enthusiasts could get together and share their love of Honda and Acura with one another. Ten years later, the Eibach Honda Meet has grown to be one of the biggest and most anticipated events on the West Coast, attracting hundreds of cars and thousands of spectators from all over the country and beyond.
While patrons of past Eibach Honda Meets may be disappointed with the fact the event is no longer held at the spring maker's facility in Corona, CA. the change of venue was necessary in order to accommodate the massive rise in attendance. In recent years the Eibach Honda Meet has managed to find a home at Storm Stadium in Lake Elsinore; however, who knows how long till another, bigger venue will be needed.
The culmination of more than five months worth of hard work and planning, this year's event was the biggest to date with over 800 Honda / Acura preregistered to attend and many more lined up at the gates eager to get in. With so many cars in attendance it was no surprise to find a few past and future feature vehicles on site. Wandering through the aisles of cars one would be blown away by the number of immaculate builds present representing a variety of themes such as old-school, Spoon, Mugen, JDM, and USDM.
Despite the perception, the Eibach Honda Meet is not a corporate event organized and funded by Eibach Springs. It is a completely grassroots affair set up entirely by two diehard Honda fans and completely funded and supported by masses of enthusiasts. Ryan and Rodrez thank their friends and family for helping them put on the event and their fellow Honda enthusiasts for supporting it and helping it grow over the past decade.
Enjoy our gallery from this year's event, and in the near future look for an interview with the organizers, as well as a special gallery commemorating 10 years of the Eibach Honda Meet.