Thanks to ParkTV St. Louis Park, you can climb the (many) stairs and ride all 1,300 feet of icy drops and turns.
St. Louis Park's own Brendan (B.J.) Bayers competed in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship Jan. 24-26. Thanks to ParkTV, you can see the course from his point of view. Yikes! And Wow! Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Brendan Bayers was ranked 33rd in the Shoot Out on Friday.
Brendan Bayers returned this year for the ice cross downhill event in St. Paul.
Updated 11 p.m. Jan. 27: Brendan Bayers of St. Louis Park finished in 90th place in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship this weekend in St. Paul. He finished in 85th place in 2012. You can see a picture of him from Friday's elimination round above. *** Brendan Bayers of St. Louis Park was ranked 33rd in the Red Bull Crashed Ice Shoot Out on Friday in St. Paul. His best time was 46.24. Bayers is a former St. Louis Park Orioles hockey player. He did not qualify for the Saturday final after competing in Heat 2 of the Elimination Round on Friday. The ice cross downhill event continues Saturday near the Cathedral of St. Paul. In ice cross downhill, skaters compete on a 1,300-foot ice course of drops and turns. Last year, Bayers also was…