Published on July 11, 2018 by
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New for 2018, the first G.W.R. (Girls Who Ride) Am Park contest was held at Dew Tour Long Beach. Thanks to Nikita and Exposure Skate on spot lighting all the up and coming girls in the bowl and park of skateboarding. Peep the highlights in the video above featuring Camila Borgers, Carlin Makibbin, Karen Muto, Stella Reynolds, Susie Heath, Jordan Santana, and Bella Kenworthy.

G.W.R. Drop Hammers in the Park at Dew Tour Long Beach 2018 | Recap Video | Dew Tour

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