Big Bear choppers 7th Annual Ride The Mountain Rally.

ridethemountainFor the new June 6th edition on June 6th, Big Bear Choppers is going Hollyweird with a Freakshow, a movie stunt man & Gladiator tigers! New for this year, Big Bear Choppers will be hosting a VIP lounge for their customers (if not eaten by the tigers). So if you’re a customer that charged the hill on a Big Bear Chopper to the top of the mountain for the party, you’ll be treated like a king with an exclusive tent next to the factory big rig, preferred parking in the very front, refreshments, and an exclusive shirt with a VIP badge to wear.

So, come ride Big Bear’s famous twisties into the fresh air and witness a little Hollyweird at the top of the mountain. The Freak Show includes attractions that’ll make your stomach squirm and churn with dangerous feats like the Blockhead, Bed of Nails, Eat a Light Bulb, Glass Walking, Sword Swallowing, and such. See stunt shows by the world famous Monte Perlin. (You’ve seen his motorcycle stunts in movies like Bedtime Stories, Terminator, Indiana Jones, Rush Hour 3, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and the list goes deep in his 25-year career as a Hollywood stunt man). He and his team will be performing in the intense Globe of Death, with thrilling street stunts, and cool trials exhibitions. Also on the entertainment card, Randy Miller professional trainer will be onsite with his beloved bears, tigers, and other co-workers that were in such films as the Gladiator, Last Samurai, Semi-Pro, Transformers 2, and past decades of Hollywood entertainment. Randy Miller was the winner of the first ever World Stunt Academy Award for his outstanding work on Gladiator. You could also come back with a little bit of money for participating to the Poker Run and Bike Show. Big Bear Choppers.

5 Responses to “Big Bear choppers 7th Annual Ride The Mountain Rally.”

  1. 1 Sheridan May 12th, 2009 at 7:56 pm

    Are all the Big Bear customers who cannot ride their bikes because they’re still waiting on their frame recall fix to be done welcome to come along?

  2. 2 Bobfather May 12th, 2009 at 8:26 pm

    Sheridan- good question. Mine was actually going to be are they doing their recall fixes during the event so their customers can finally get back on their bikes? I guess you can ride the mountain unless you own a BBC.

  3. 3 ProMoto May 13th, 2009 at 10:21 am

    So the Circus People are putting on a Freak Show… how fitting is that.

  4. 4 Doc Robinson May 13th, 2009 at 4:12 pm

    In Australia there is a psychological syndrome known as “Tall Poppy Syndrome” where people who are generally motivated by jealousy (due to their lesser achievements) try and pull down those have achieved outstanding success. Respondents to this particular blog suggest that the same syndrome is alive and well in the US.

  5. 5 Matt Danielson Jun 20th, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    Without a shadow of a doubt their is no jealousy here!! WHO wants to to see someone go out of business, but who wants to see someone sell “high” priced bikes that aren’t safe?

    The evidence shows, these choppers that Big Bear Choppers sells aren’t safe long term. But this might shut all you up!

    Big Bear Choppers is moving back to their previous location and have laid off 90% of their workforce. I wouldn’t put all your eggs in one basket!!

    Just ask Harley-Davidson!

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