Kids from around the country made the trip out to Lake Tahoe, California to compete in the fourth stop of the 2019 Hot Wheels Junior Series. An open skateboard and BMX contest for kids 16 and under, where all ability levels are welcome!
Take a behind the scenes look at the fourth stop of the Junior Series through the eyes of competitors Zion Effs, Tama Noa, Kaden Stone, Phoenix Sinno, Ryder Sinno, Kieran Woolley, and more!
Woodward is a global experiential action sports company on a mission to inspire the next generation of action sports athletes. Woodward is THE place to stoke passions, empower personal growth and elevate core skills across a range of sports such as skateboarding, BMX, MTB, scooter, snowboarding, freeskiing, parkour, gymnastics, cheer, dance, digital media, and more.
Yeah it’s a contest, so you might think it would be all serious, but you’d be wrong. Damn Am Woodward West is just a ripping good time with judged skating as an excuse to bring it all together. Which in the end makes the skating that much better.
Guest host Manny Santiago challenges skate camper Josh Hermann to kickflip front board the 8 stair rail at the Plaza in 3 tries or less. If he makes it he’ll get to spin a wheel full of prizes, but there’s a catch, if he can’t complete the challenge, he has to cross the pool logs with all his clothes on.
With Ryan Reyes here for skate camp, Woodward’s new Eastern Sierra Skatepark was shredded like never before! Reyes spent the week hanging out with campers, catching rays, shredding Woodward’s indoor and outdoor parks and bringing overall positive vibes!
The boys from Vu Skate Shop took the trek up again from Baltimore to skate Woodward Camp! Check out Gary Smith, Yoon Sun Shin, Rodney Jones, Jake Rupp, TJ Fares, Ryan Boblits as they rep Maryland up here in PA!