The 15th annual Friends of Steve McQueen Car & Motorcycle Show, held this past weekend, brought out car enthusiasts and fans of the racing legend and Hollywood star. Celebrating McQueen’s epic 1971 motorcycle documentary, On Any Sunday, this year’s event drew 11,000 attendees and featured freestyle MX performances and a silent auction. Benefiting Boys Republic in Chino Hills, a reform boarding school that McQueen attended as a teen and supported with charitable donations and visits throughout his life, the facility evolved to include girls and has remained a key part of the McQueen family legacy.
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