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Tony Hawk's Gigantic Skatepark Tour

You can expect to see a lot more of the world's top skaters at your favorite skatepark this summer. Tony Hawk and his friends are taking their kickflips and mctwists on the road for the 2002 edition of Tony Hawk's Gigantic Skatepark Tour(THGST.)

Tony is being joined on the North American tour of public skateparks by lots of his skater friends including Bucky Lasek, Mike Vallely and Eric Koston. It'll be a great chance for you to see your favorite riders do their best kickflips and mctwists right in your own backyard. BMX masters, Mat Hoffman and Rick Thorne, will also be showing up at some of the skateparks.

Tony Hawk's Gigantic Skatepark Tour kicked off in North America on June 23rd in Houston, Texas. The 2002 tour makes stops at ten skateparks across the USA and ends on July 26th in Encinitas, California.

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