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Dew Tour Toyota City Championships

08.16.2014 - 08.17.2014

  • Location : Downtown - SW Broadway between Jefferson and Salmon
  • Sport : Action Sports
  • Region : Portland Metro

Celebrating its ten-year anniversary, NBC’s Dew Tour will return to Portland for a two-day streetstyle-focused event, the Toyota City Championships. Portland will serve as the backdrop for streetstyle skateboarding and BMX competitions, along with a BMX dirt event.


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