Our cruise days start the same way, we meet at The Keg to discuss our plan for the day and wait for people to roll in. I showed up 30 minutes early just to make sure they didn’t leave without me. By the time everybody gathered we had 6 cars with us. 3 of them being R8s, 1 Audi RS3, a beautiful red Acura NSX and my ride that I was the passenger in, the Mercedes GTC Roadster
As we started cruising we hit some wonderful back roads that were able to test the cars for power and handling. I loved the GTC, it was much bigger in the cabin than I thought, you sit very low, yet you are still comfortable, after all, it is a GT car. However, when you step on the power you can definitely get to speeds that are not allowed on the road. This was another car I checked off my long list of cars that I got to ride in as a passenger.
We were fortunate enough to have highway 401 pretty clear for us, our group didn’t manage to break apart too much. Needless to say, we did turn some heads on the road, as you can tell by the driver in the Honda SUV.
Our plan was to show up to the Audi True North meet at Pfaff Audi since one of our members was organizing the event, and since our cruise group had mostly Audi’s, it just made sense. There was a mix of old and new generation Audi’s, and an A5 with 11 speakers on each road, which was a tad too loud for my liking.
Our cruise this time ended with all of us going to Earls Kitchen+Bar, a perfect way to end a cruise day. If you want to get involved with cruise days and more events please contact @princeadventures on Instagram to join our mailing list.
Check out the all the other images I got from that day