Dude, the Pink Helmet Posse is like totally rad, like totally gnarly awesome. Yes, I regressed to Cali-speak - it's hard not to when talking about skateboarding. But what I said in my slang-laden first sentence is totally true, especially when talking about the three 6-year-old girls who go by the name Pink Helmet Posse.
Relz Murphy, Sierra Kerr, and Bella Kenworthy don hot pink helmets, fuzzy knee socks, and occasionally pink tutus when they hit the skate parks. And while they may be adorable, they are also inspirational and - hopefully - influencing other young girls to grab a board and go riding in a sport that's been male dominated for decades. And they are making quite the impact: they have a logo, a popular Instagram account, and even a website. Oh, and they can totally shred.
"We know it can be intimidating," the Pink Helmet Posse write on the site, "but we're here to show you that skateboarding is not just for boys." And it's just not an act, they can really ride.
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