Big Bear Choppers Annual Ride The Mountain Rally Is June 7-8

It will be the 6th edition of this rally bringing about 10,000 riders from all over the west coast to the top of the San Bernardino mountain, CA. This year, Big Bear Choppers is stepping it up to a 2-day rally, which tells you one thing: this event has grown past its single day capabilities and expanding to better host the rush of bikers seeking a great ride and exciting, unique venue. Malcolm Smith Motorsports is the official sponsor with NOS as the official energy drink of this Ride the Mountain Rally. The gang at Big Bear Choppers promises plenty of food and drinks, a poker run around panoramic Big Bear Lake on Saturday with prizes offered by Progressive Suspension, 100’s of vendors including many Custom Builders, with Vince Neil, the face of Motley Crue, performing with his band on the Performance Machine stage.  More info at Big Bear Choppers.


7 Responses to “Big Bear Choppers Annual Ride The Mountain Rally Is June 7-8”

  1. 1 Ron May 4th, 2008 at 8:51 pm

    Hope that all BBC bikes participating to this ride make it safe…

  2. 2 saorijohn May 5th, 2008 at 9:37 am

    Will there be a TIG set and paint booth there…….?

  3. 3 Jeff May 5th, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    They need some good PR after the pending lawsuits.

  4. 4 Doc Robinson May 5th, 2008 at 5:31 pm

    Hey guys BBC build sensational choppers and now an industry first, a way cool bagger that makes most baggers look like your granpa’s bike. Sure they’ve had a minor glitch with a production run but it is hardly fair to slag the marque as a whole. Oh, unless you came out from under a rock yesterday, you should be smarter than to believe much of what you read on the web. Harley-Davidson themselves always have pending lawsuits against them for all sorts of reasons, justified or not. Hungry lawyers and people sensing a big payout make a sinister combination.

  5. 5 Sid May 5th, 2008 at 9:17 pm

    I agree with what Doc R said, except for a “minor glitch”. It is not minor, whether the poor, structural weldments on the frame are fact or fiction, unfortunately.

  6. 6 Bobfather May 11th, 2008 at 1:12 am

    It’s not just bad welds, the frames are poorly designed. The anti vibration tubes aren’t long enough and attach in the wrong place on the frame. Adding a gusset and re-welding the tubes won’t fix this issue. What they’re doing is trying to put a Band Aid on a more serious issue. Nothing about bad frames is a minor glitch, that’s someone’s life in the balance when you turn out inferior producys like frames. Harley may have lawsuits but I never remember them saying their frames needed to be re-designed and made safe. I’m not a fan of Harley either but I’d probably buy one of their bikes before I’d buy one from a company with poor designs and now with a serious recall notice.

  7. 7 Tomcat Jun 4th, 2009 at 11:07 am

    I look forward to a day in the mountains puttin my harley.
    Somewhat concerned about the weather though Oh ya is this to coment on the ralley or to rag on bbc’s buisness problems?

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