Bear Mountain’s Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails set to go down September 21st

From Bear Mountain.com

There was no summer vacation for the boys on Park Staff this year! They are already hard at work down at the Feature Factory designing new & innovative jibs, jumps and rails and rebuilding some of your old favorites from The Park. The crew is also plotting out the course for the biggest and best Hot Dawgs and Handrails yet! This year will be the 10th anniversary of HDHR and we have some exciting surprises in store!

In addition to the features, Park Staff is making some big changes to the overall layout of the mountain this summer. They are in the process of relocating the Redbull Plaza to Lower Park Run and switching up the flow of the entire Park.

At Bear Mountain we pride ourselves in keeping it fresh and doing things no other mountain has thought of before. This isn’t your grandmothers park… we have some of the craziest things you never thought you’d be able to ride across and next year will be no exception!

More at bearmountain.com.

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