Coronavirus closure: Dirt bikers take to San Clemente skate park filled with sand amid stay-at-home orders

The dumping of sand at an Orange County skate park dissuaded skateboarders but attracted motorcyclists.
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (KABC) -- Crews have poured sand at at least two Southern California skate parks in an effort to discourage skateboarders during the coronavirus pandemic.

But at one such location in San Clemente, the sand attracted dirt bikers whose jumps and wheelies were captured on video.

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The footage also shows other individuals shoveling and raking the sand aside, clearing the way for them to resume skateboarding.

A skate park at Venice Beach resembled a giant sandbox crews from the city of Los Angeles dumped sand at the site over the weekend.
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