SEVEN SPRINGS, Pa. – Seven Springs Bike Park is stoked to celebrate one full year in operation!
In order to properly commemorate the occasion, we’ve invited some top professional freeriders for a pro invitational slopestyle demonstration.
Helping us mark this event are riders:
Chris Van Dine of Cannondale Bicycles, Troy Lee Designs and Skull Candy; Eric Porter of Haro Bikes, Kenda and Hayes; George Ryan of Jamis Bikes, SRAM, Protec and Vans; Joe Prisel of Union Street Bikes and Ray’s MTB Park; Randy Spangler of Santa Cruz Bicycles, Oakley and Marzocchi; and Tyler McCaul of Specialized Bicycles, Spyder and Fox Shox
Currently, the Alpine Bike Parks staff is diligently constructing a pro-level slopestyle course designed to show off each rider’s best high flying tricks and aerials. The course is located at the top of the bike park, near Tahoe Lodge, right under the Polar Bear Express. Riders will perform daily demos at 1 p.m. this Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Don’t miss this opportunity to come up to and celebrate this special occasion and witness a show that will truly leave you speechless!
For more information about this event, please call Seven Springs Adventures at (800) 452-2223, ext. 7397.
*Please note: This is spectator only event. The pro jump line is not open to the public.
About Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Seven Springs Mountain Resort, located in Seven Springs, Pa., is the state’s largest ski and four-season family resort and was recently rated the number one resort in the mid-Atlantic region by the readers of SKI magazine. The resort is easily accessible from either exit 91 or 110 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Seven Springs Mountain Resort can accommodate more than 5,000 overnight guests in its renovated 10-story high-rise hotel, nearly 1,000 condominiums and town homes, cabins and chalets.
For more information on Seven Springs, visit www.7springs.com or call (800) 452-2223.