The Dragon Mystery Tour went public last weekend, hosting the first ever rail jam event at Salt Lake City, Utah’s infamous Rail Garden. Despite the warm weather and lack of snow, a few phone calls were made and a legit set up was made in no time.
The jam vibe was mellow but the tricks were vicious throughout the day. In the end, it was Cameron Pierce and Harrison Gordon who really spiced things up, earning them $1,000 split for Best Overall. On top of that, Cameron took home an extra $1000 for the Best Trick Award after he pulled a backside 360 to 50-50. Straight bolts.
In order to find the events location, riders had to solve clues placed online and in local hangouts throughout Salt Lake. The intent was to keep the Rail Garden discoverable only to those who were already aware. On top of full permission by the city, the locals were supportive as well. “I’m stoked someone was finally able to do something like this, stated Seth Huot—SLC local and Dragon Global Team rider, “It’s about time.
The Dragon Mystery Tour is a multi-sport worldwide event series designed to creatively promote the brand, support the culture and give local talent a moment in spotlight. Each stop is entirely unique and different from the other and is specifically designed for each country and region. For more info on the Dragon Mystery Tour, log onto www.DragonMysteryTour.com or check out our Myspace.com page.