Article posted in Skate on December 31st, 2008 by admin
By David Hanson The flatrail is a beautiful symbol of wakeskating’s unlimited potential.  It so plainly celebrates the fact that we as wakeskaters don’t need to build bigger rails to do better tricks.  And...

Article posted in Skate on December 30th, 2008 by admin
Stuart, FL Once upon a time this spot was discovered by Sir Aaron Reed as he enjoyed fishing for Gar there as a young lad.  As the fabled legend goes, Aaron would befriend a...

Article posted in Skate on December 30th, 2008 by admin
Our friends at Obscura Wakeskates posted this highly entertaining blog to "commemorate anonymous commenting." It made us LOL so hopefully you will enjoy it too.  http://obscura09.com/uncategorized/obscuratuesdaycovers.html  PS. Follow us on Twitter. ...

Article posted in Skate on December 29th, 2008 by alliance
Photo: Bryan Soderlind Date: august 6, 2008 Location: Lake Katherine Trick: Front shuv off incline over bridge Temp: 80 F Winch Driver: Ryan Byerly Byerly’s good friend Billy has this canal next to his house that goes from Lake...

Video posted in Skate on December 29th, 2008 by admin
December 23, 2008 Salem Boat Club, Air temp 23, water temp ? The Willamette river was flowing a little higher that day and made a nice little Island of snow to ride through.  I...

Article posted in Skate on December 24th, 2008 by admin
Welcome to this month’s edition of Snaps. In the above gallery you will find a selection of images received, found, rediscovered or other wise happened upon this month. Lots of action from the...

Article posted in Skate on December 23rd, 2008 by admin
Things have not gotten any less wintry here in Portland. At this point I'm sure you are saying, Brooke, this site is about wakeskating. We don't care that you are snowed in, especially...

Article posted in Skate on December 22nd, 2008 by admin
Photo: Spencer Smith Date: September 21 2008. Location: Lake Winona, Clermont, FL Trick: Stylish Ollie Lake Winona is a small lake in front of Kevin Henshaw’s house (where I live). Balzer, BT, and I were shooting on...

Article posted in Skate on December 22nd, 2008 by admin
At long last we've got a log in system for comments. While a few people may be bummed about this (Frye, I am looking at you) the rest of us are excited to...

Article posted in Skate on December 19th, 2008 by admin
With the economy in dire straights and the recent election there’s been a lot of talk about the need for change. The idea of change is exciting for some, but I for one...

Article posted in Skate on December 18th, 2008 by admin
In case you weren't convinced that we actually give out all the spactacular prizes we advertise in our giveaways, here's a little proof. Week 1 Best Trick Winner EJ Peterson posted up this video...

Article posted in Skate on December 17th, 2008 by admin
Ever wonder how people manage to take those pictures with the rider appearing so many times in frame? I’ll tell you a secret. It’s not magic, it’s Photoshop! Similar effects can also be...

Video posted in Skate on December 17th, 2008 by admin
This weeks clip came straight outta my own shot bank, this was shot the day before Toe Jam in Wasaga Beach on the beautiful Sandy Lake in Lakehurst,...

Article posted in Skate on December 16th, 2008 by admin
I know you've all been asking yourselves, "where did the obscura website go?"  Well never fear.  After some technical difficulties over the Thanksgiving break, we are back.  New URL, same fun loving, completely...

 
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