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Tony Hawk and Detroit’s Ride It Sculpture Park

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Power House Productions has teamed up Tony Hawk and other big names in the skate industry to bring projects into a neighborhood in Detroit that was chosen for restoration. The Tony Hawk Foundation donated big bucks to the park, which was originally backed by Juxtapoz and Thrasher Magazine, and helped push it into completion and open it up for all to ride.

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Check out his visit and ride at the sculpture park

 

 

 

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