24th Annual BCCC, Inc. Super Cruise Car Show

Net Proceeds Benefit The Society for Disabled Children


New date announced:  Saturday Oct. 16 2021!!








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The Bakersfield Car Club Council (BCCC) was formed back in August of 1988 by two local car enthusiasts, Ken Kisor and Chris Addington. The BCCC started out with around ten local clubs but word got out and the BCCC, Inc. is now over 140 clubs/groups as any club/group in the Golden Empire, High Desert, Central  Coast and surrounding communities is welcome to be a part of the BCCC.  Years later, in 1996, the BCCC was approached by the Society for Disabled Children of Kern County and it was decided that this would become our main charity: the BCCC Super Cruise Car Show was born. The council currently meets at the Society of Disabled of Kern County Building at 1819 Brundage Lane, Bakersfield CA. We meet on the second Monday of each month.

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Super Cruise  Oct. 16,2021 new date for event!!

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BCCC Mission

The Bakersfield Car Club Council, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization with affiliate car and truck clubs and groups in San Joaquin Valley, High Desert & Central Coast. The primary functions of the Council are to provide a forum for the interaction, coordination and preservation of the automotive culture in our sphere of influence, to serve as a proactive two-way conduit of information regarding the health and vitality of the automotive culture and present a strong, unified voice in support of those interests, to promote the sport and hobby of owning, restoring, altering, building, and modifying cars and trucks, and coordinating the scheduling of car/truck shows, cruising runs, club events and cruise ins among affiliate clubs, sponsors & supporters.

BCCC Vision

The vision for the BCCC is to be a robust council of clubs for Central California. Our sphere of influence would encompass the area between Nevada State border on the east; the Pacific Ocean on the west; mid central valley on the north; and San Fernando Valley on the south.
BCCC will invite clubs of all makes, models, types and venues of cars, trucks and specialty vehicles.
BCCC will have a succession plan for the future growth, development and continuation of the Car Club Council.

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