Miles Rogoish made his way to the Houghton Skatepark in Long Beach the other day to check out the riding that was going down during the No Fear Proving Grounds contest. Take a look at all the riding that went down from the young bucks all the way up through the old dogs. Plenty of goodness in this one.
“The Second Stop of the No Fear Proving Grounds took place this past Sunday in Long Beach at the Houghton Park. It was a perfect day with cooler than normal weather and minimal falls for the level of riding that went down. Local icons and pros were on hand to shred and show support. The park includes bowl sections with double coping spine, and vert wall on one side and a street style course on the other. The younger riders continued to impress everyone there with their over coping whips and barspins. The entire group of riders showed they knew how to pump the bowl and generate speed for some fast lines. The street side of the park had its fair share of combos going down from uprail hard 180’s to tooth hangers and a few wild park exits off a 10 foot wedge over a fence 20 or so feet away. And, of course, the 35 and older crew put on an awesome show mixing the old with the new. Cheers to everyone that came out and be sure to head over to the Proving Grounds page to get info on our third and final stop at the Krause Family Skate/Bike Park in San Diego on September 15th” – Ride BMX