Tony Hawk Skates Coleman Oval on the Lower East Side

Posted on: September 24th, 2012 at 10:24 am by

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The brand-spankin-new Coleman Skateparkrechristened this summer as Coleman Oval – is a hit with more than just the locals. Tony Hawk stopped by the sub-span skate den about a week ago for a proper test spin. His Instagram photo of the visit carried the caption, “fencies are the new wallies.” And just like that, street cred was bumped to the next bracket.

Of course, the lucky few who were grinding beneath the Manhattan Bridge that day also captured the moment. Herewith, a couple more photos with the gray-haired Tony Hawk.

Posing with fan:

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And another “fencie” trick:

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