Article posted in Skate on December 9th, 2008 by admin
1. Start out wide away from the wake with enough speed to get you wake to wake. 2. Come in with a progressive edge. Start out easy and gradually get harder and harder...

Article posted in Skate on December 9th, 2008 by admin
In this digital day in age when you have something big to announce there's only one real way to do it: blog it! I guess that's why Matt Manzari called me to let...

Article posted in Skate on December 8th, 2008 by admin
Photo:Brooke Geery Date: September 17, 2008 Location: Lake Sheen, FL Trick: Backside Flip Riding a new board is one of those things that’s awesome and terrible at the same time. Unfortunately for Gabe Paulson I came out...

Article posted in Skate on December 5th, 2008 by admin
Age:26 Home: Drummondville, Quebec Canada Years riding:2, I think a bit less Sponsors: O’neill, Vans, Cabal Boardshop, Drummondville Marine, Boat, PWC or Winch? all Wake or sliders? all Film or photos? photo Skateboard or wakeboard: skateboard, wakeskate, bmx, stunting Inclines or...

Article posted in Skate on December 4th, 2008 by admin
If you haven't seen the new Rolling Stone (which you probably haven't since people apparently don't subscribe to magazines anymore) winching made the Hot List as the "Hot Scary Sport." Of course, they...

Article posted in Skate on December 4th, 2008 by admin
…in Venice at least. While we're on mainstream coverage of winching, this was recently brought to my attention. Seems the legendary Venice Square has flooded a few times recently, and a local Italian...

Article posted in Skate on December 2nd, 2008 by admin
By Bryan Soderlind The Baldwin Park Gap is a tiny little gap located in the heart of suburbia, Baldwin Park in Orlando, FL.  The spot doesn’t have a great start-up and isn’t much of...

Article posted in Skate on December 1st, 2008 by admin
The winner has officially been named in our Oak Pool Deck Giveaway. Entries came from around the world, literally: Germany, Hungary, South Africa, etc., and people's reasons for wanting the board succeeded in...

Article posted in Skate on December 1st, 2008 by admin
Photo: Roland Lugo Date: September 2008 Location: Zellwood Trick: Frontside Noseslide My friend Nick Dauzat is a skateboarder at heart and his roots lay within the foundations of lock-in mastery. Soon following Surf Expo, I gave Nick...

Article posted in Skate on November 26th, 2008 by admin
BY Bryan Soderlind Brian Grubb has had a dream career in wakeskating.  After winning the first Rider of the Year award from Alliance in 2001, he has spent seven solid years dominating contests, landing...

Article posted in Skate on November 26th, 2008 by admin
On this wonderful day of eating, we'd just like to say thank you to everyonefor a great year of wakeskating! Alliance Wakeskate wouldn't exist without the help of the riders, photographer, writers and...

Article posted in Skate on November 25th, 2008 by admin
The Judo FS 180 is a really fun variation of a nosegrab 180 that can be done anywhere. Wake to wake, inside out, flats, down gaps, and up gaps; I can’t think of...

Article posted in Skate on November 25th, 2008 by admin
 If you are bored, or just want a window into the mind of one the best wakeskaters in the world, be sure to check out Andrew Pastura's new blog, Water Monsters. Enjoy!...

Article posted in Skate on November 24th, 2008 by admin
Photo: Bryan Soderlind Trick: Late front shuv Location: San Marcos, TX Temp: 75 F In case you haven’t had enough of Danny lately here is a recent shot from a trip to Texas.  Ben Horan, Andy Pastura,...

 
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