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Now Open: Paul Rodriguez Skate Spot In Lincoln Park

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To break in the future site of countless of broken bones, Nike SB, LA 84, and the Paul Rodriguez Skateboarding Foundation held a grand opening of the Lincoln Park Skate Spot on Saturday. The spot, built by California Skateparks and designed by Lance Mountain and Paul Rodriguez, is located inside of Lincoln Park at 3501 Valley Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90031.