The Street Series SW rolled into Newton Abbot on Sunday with 42 participants showing some incredible skills in BMX, scootering and skateboarding. Competitors streamed in from Truro, Braunton, Southampton and Plymouth for the second round of the inaugural series which launched at Mount Hawke on 4 January.
At the Lodge Indoor Skatepark, there were some standout displays from Dead Sailor who took individual (Fraizer Devine) and team success in the BMX in the 5-15 class whilst Brandon Docking tightened his grip on the 16-21 class with a victory to follow up his solid display in round 1. In the scootering, Luke Green took his second successive win to take a commanding lead in the overall standings.
There was also an incredible perfomance from Dec Collier who made a victorious series debut in the 16-21 class. In a highly competitive skateboard competition, Monty Pugh took the 5-15 class from Frank Gray and Peter Gordon. But Gordon heads the overall standings heading into round 3 at Junkyard, Saltash on 17 February. In the team competition for 5-15 year old skateboard, South West Groms and CBA look set for a series-long battle.