Skateboarders were greeted with a cool morning breeze and overcast skies on day 2 of Dew Tour practice. With gates opening up at 9:00 am skaters sized the opportunity of the crowd less deck line up and got to work in the park. Scroll through the photos below to get a preview of what to expect at Dew Tour Long Beach.

After flying all the way from Italy, Ivan Federico plants a backside boneless on the Mountain Dew can extension in Long Beach, CA. Photo: Ferra

Felipe Foguinho getting his morning stretch above the deep end pool coping. Photo: Durso

Two-time Dew Tour park champion Cory Juneau with an impressive back foot catch on this kickflip. Photo: Dangaard

For those who may not know Ayumu Hirano, he’s a pro snowboarder with two Olympic silver medals under his belt. He’s also a ripping park skateboarder chasing after a chance to make it to the Tokyo Sumer Games in 2020. Photo: Durso

Pedro Barros catches this stale fish far from water and high above the coping. Photo: Dangaard

It’s apparent that Adam Hopkins survived the Rip Ride Rally mayhem in Oregon in one piece. Photo: Durso

Check out Vinicius Kakinho’s IG profile (@vikakinho) to get a little tease of what to expect in tomorrow’s park qualifier. Photo: Durso

The Danish Destroyer Rune Glifberg making a special appearance at Dew Tour for his home country of Denmark. Photo: Ferra

Luiz Francisco leaving the deck dwellers hanging as he pokes out this indy. Photo: Dangaard

Recent Hosoi skateboard pro, Moto Shibata fully tweaked in mid-air. Photo: Ferra

There’s not much to be said of Heimana Reynolds with a board that reads “Dr. Proper” and a shirtless mute. Photo: Dangaard