The Bear Mountain Downwind Run – NY State – USA

This 4.3mile (7km) Hudson Rover run works in a NW wind and starts at the end of Mine Dock Road in Fort Montgomery and ends at the Peekskill Municipal Launch Ramp in Riverfront Green Park. The route goes under the Bear Mountain Bridge built in 1924 which at the time was the longest suspension bridge in the world for19 months before it was surpassed by the Ben Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia.

The air temp was 0 deg C, 32 Deg F, and with wind chill it felt a lot colder. Boards are Blue Planet Bump Rider 14 x 27, SIC Bullet 14v1 TWC and NSP Race 14 x 30.

All riders wore cold weather gear, and wore PFDs and leashes.

Comments are closed.