The third annual event is a show and ride presented by Fast Eddies Vintage Sleds. Registration opens at 8am on Saturday and Sunday, followed by test and tune all day. The show features a Bikini Radar Run at noon, a vintage ride at 2:30, and a Hole Shot Contest. Judging occurs between 1:30 and 2:30, and awards are given out at 3pm.
Fast Eddie Hakonson is a successful designer, inventor, entrepreneur and family man
Edward Hakonson is a Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee. He was a street racer in the 60’s and helped develop the snowmobile suit. He also designed and manufactured car parts and created millions of pieces of licensed automotive apparel. Today, he continues to work in the automotive industry and is the proud father of 4 children, 8 grandchildren, and two NASCAR race teams.
He is a successful designer, inventor, entrepreneur and family man
A successful designer, entrepreneur, and family man, Fast Eddie Bauer was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. His parents were Russian immigrants named Jacob and Marie. He was taught to hunt and fish by his father, who had a passion for the outdoors. His parents settled in Seattle, where he grew up on a farm, offering beds to hunting parties. The family eventually opened a retail store, but as the economy declined, he started a mail-order business.
He has touched your life
If you were born within the past 60 years, chances are Fast Eddie Hakonson’s vintage sleds have touched your life. The sleds are the epitome of old-school style, a relic of a bygone era. You might have even purchased a Fast Eddie sled yourself. Whether you own one of these rare sleds, or just want to buy one for a friend, these sleds are sure to make their owner smile.