SOURCE: Bear Valley Mountain

October 16, 2008 11:00 ET

Bear Valley Mountain Pro Freestyle Team Shreds Streets of San Francisco Tonight in Front of Ruby Skye; Street Jam to Showcase New 16-Foot Box Feature That Will Enhance Bear's New $100,000 Terrain Park

BEAR VALLEY, CA--(Marketwire - October 16, 2008) - Bear Valley Mountain, the northern Sierra's premier family skiing and boarding location, announced today that Bear Valley Mountain Pro Freestyle Team members Lauren Phillips, Mike Schimke, Tyler Skivington and Chris Johnson will be putting on a radical shredding display tonight outside of San Francisco's Ruby Skye nightclub at 420 Mason Street. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the always-thrilling Pro Freestyle Team will perform a variety of mega tricks on the snow-covered, 16-foot box that will enhance Bear Valley's new $100,000 terrain park this season.

After the street jam, partygoers can continue the evening with the team at a Haight/Ashbury after-party! The Pro Freestyle Team's street jam is being done in conjunction with ICER Air 2008, taking place at McCovey Cove in San Francisco on Saturday, Oct. 18. Bear Valley's Pro Freestyle Team will be the official crew managing the ski and snowboard jump at the event, which features the world's best Olympic and X Games skiers and snowboarders and an after-party complete with music and the Bear Pro Freestyle Team.

About Bear Valley Mountain Pro Freestyle Team

Bear Valley Mountain's four-member Pro Freestyle Team is a radical group of dedicated freestyle enthusiasts with a passion for Bear Valley and the sport of skiing and snowboarding. Each year the Pro Freestyle Team's competition-winning members push freestyle antics to new heights and entertain hundreds with their statewide rail jams. This season they'll be regularly seen shredding their way down Bear Valley's new $100,000 terrain park.

About Bear Valley Mountain

Conveniently located on scenic Highway 4 in the northern Sierra Nevada Mountain Range of California, Bear Valley Mountain is the premier year-round family destination. The area boasts 1,280 acres of varied terrain, over 67 runs including four terrain parks, 1900 vertical feet and 30 feet of average annual snowfall. More information is available at www.bearvalley.com.