Big Bear Choppers’ 7th Annual Ride the Mountain Event to Includes Freaks, Mini KISS and the Chop Tops Under the Circus Tent–and Plenty of Choppers at Summit on Saturday

Big Bear Choppers' annual event is always a fun day at Summit.

Big Bear Choppers' annual event is always a fun day at Summit.

Big Bear Choppers 7th annual Ride the Mountain event returns to Snow Summit this Saturday, June 6. In addition to countless custom bikes and 100 vendors on site during the full-day event (which begins at 10am), this year’s Ride the Mountain will include the craziness of Freakshow Deluxe on stage under the circus tent, as well as musical entertainment including local band Phace Down at 11am, Shortywood’s mini KISS cover band in the afternoon, and headliners the Chop Tops, who will be performing their revved up rockabilly on the main stage at 3:45pm. Big Bear Valley’s professional animal trainer Randy Miller will also be at Snow Summit, along with his famous tigers and bears. Admission to Ride the Mountain is $10, and Big Bear Choppers will donate a portion of proceeds to the Benevolent Fund of Community Church by the Lake. For more information on Saturday’s festivities, visit BigBearChoppers.com/ride.

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Big Bear Choppers 7th annual Ride the Mountain event returns to Snow Summit this Saturday, June 6. In addition to countless custom bikes and 100 vendors on site during the full-day event (which begins at 10am), this year’s Ride the Mountain will include the craziness of Freakshow Deluxe on stage under the circus tent, as well as musical entertainment including local band Phace Down at 11am, Shortywood’s mini KISS cover band in the afternoon, and headliners the Chop Tops, who will be performing their revved up rockabilly on the main stage at 3:45pm. Big Bear Valley’s professional animal trainer Randy Miller will also be at Snow Summit, along with his famous tigers and bears. Admission to Ride the Mountain is $10, and Big Bear Choppers will donate a portion of proceeds to the Benevolent Fund of Community Church by the Lake. For more information on Saturday’s festivities, visit BigBearChoppers.com/ride.

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