etnies is excited to announce the third annual etnies Girls Get on Board (GGOB) clinic, a series of female-only action sports days to be held across the US that aim to inspire females to participate in action sports, get active and lead a healthy lifestyle.
Beginning this month, etnies pro team riders, including Lauren Perkins and Evelien Bouilliart, will travel to cities across the States to coach ladies of all ages in skate, BMX, surf and motocross.
The clinics consist of on-site demonstrations and hands-on training in a fun environment to ensure all attendees have the chance to master the basics of each sport.
For this year’s program, etnies has again partnered with the Girls Riders Organization (GRO), a nonprofit group with a mission to inspire, educate and support girls in action sports. Other partners in the event series include skateboarding label Cool Girls Decks, the Boarding For Breast Cancer foundation (B4BC) and the HB Wahine All Girl Surf School.
The etnies Girls Get on Board program will host 40 free clinics for girls around the country, kicking off at the etnies Skatepark in Lake Forest, California, and culminating in November in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
For the full schedule, go to the etnies website.