At the start of Autumn we took a group of the UK's best up and coming young rippers to Bath's Victoria Park for a day out. These guys got our attention by tagging us on Instagram with some crazy tricks, but do they have what it takes to put together a rad day edit? To find out, we treated these guys to a road trip to visit one of the best new skateparks in the UK, will they make the grade?
Heading out super early at 6am from the warehouse, we made our way up to Bath with everyone barely awake in the back of the team van. We met up with fellow Skatewarehouse rider James Threlfall and grabbed a well needed coffee before hitting the park for 9am.
Once we had a look at Victoria Skate Park, it didn't take long for these guys to wake up, Woody and Elliot hit the bowl, whilst JCV and Brinlay skated the street section.
The verdict? We're happy to report, they well and truly killed it!
With plenty of tricks nailed and the clips stacked we treated them to a go on the bouncy castle as reward for a hard day's skating!
Meet the Skatewarehouse Youth Squad...
Jamie CV - @Jamie_CV
Jamie CVs got the style and the tricks! A Okehampton local who always killing it at our jams and always putting up dope stuff on instagram. Check it out and give him a follow!
Elliot Jago - @Elliot_Jago
Elliott, the younger of the Jago brothers, can usually be found skating his local indoor park, The Unit. Elliot's always going big and hitting up stair sets well beyond his years!
Brinlay McNicholas - @Brinlay
Brinlay is a Bournemouth local and skates like a veteran! At only 14 he's already hitting up big handrails and street gaps. Check out his videos @brinlay
Woody Mullis-minshall - @woodymullisminshall
Woody is the kid that always goes the biggest! Already hitting the big stuff in and out of the skatepark. This kickflip down Lloyds in Bristol shows just how mental he is at such a young age!
Think you've got what it takes?
Tag @skatewarehouse_uk in your instagram videos to get noticed and you could be taken on the next Day Out!