You may or may not remember that the Capita crew did a tour of the land of snowdomes, dryslopes and fish and chips, late last year. We posted up the first video of their tour where they undertook the frankly daunting surface that is known as dryslope. Luckily they all escaped intact and with all of the skin on their bodies, which is a rare thing for riding dendix.

So in the second instalment of the Capita UK tour for their film Defenders of Awesome 2, the crew head to the new Cathedrals of the UK scene; snowdomes. The UK currently has 6 indoor fridges, but the crew only had time to pop into 3 of them on their whistle stop tour.

Linking up with some local riders including wee Will Gilmore, who despite not being able to buy a beer or drive a car, is certainly manlier than us after a lofty boardslide to board-splitter gap at Milton Keynes, at around 03:24 in.

When Scott Stevens retires, he should consider a career as a milkman 'caus he always delivers. Ever seen a 900 stall before? Well, you will if you watch the video.

Defending Awesome indeed.