"Pink Helmet Posse boards are a skate park staple in our home. Although it was originally sought after by my daughter for its rad logo and hot pink deck, it remains her favorite because of its performance. When we ordered her this deck off their website, we learned that proper sizing was key for a solid ride. Their size chart was simple to follow and I believe that having her ride on a properly fitted board has made a huge difference in her skating skills. The PHP decks are fairly light weight and have a decent amount of concave and pop and have satisfied both intermediate and high performance riders in our family, including my sons who don’t hesitate to drop in on one of these boards too. These decks have boosted my daughter’s confidence and assurance that girls have a place in the skate industry too, and for that, I am forever grateful to Pink Helmet Posse."
"They’re incredible. I’ve seen a handful of talented teenage girls in the park, but never girls this young. They’re the real deal. I have daughters myself, and I was so pumped when I saw this footage I sent it to my wife, because our girls are just getting bit by the skate bug, and this will put them over the top.”
"The newest skateboarding sensations to hit the scene in Southern California are crazy talented, crazy daring, and also crazy adorable. You can spot them by their pink helmets, fluffy tutus, and funky knee socks. Their names are Relz Murphy, Sierra Kerr, and Bella Kenworthy. They're 6 years old. And together, they're known as the Pink Helmet Posse."
"Meet the adorable and scarily talented 6-year-old girls taking the skateboarding world by storm"
"Pink Helmet Posse inspires young girls... These three youngster are taking the skateboarding scene by storm, a group of six and seven-year-old female skateboarders set out to prove that they can do everything boys can do."
"The feisty girls of the Pink Helmet Posse, and these 6-year-old little ladies have got the boys of the skate world trembling"