Article posted in Skate on September 13th, 2008 by admin
Day two of surf Expo ’08 has come and gone. The highlight of the day for wakeskaters was definitely the Fun Boots! Teaser premiere in the Alliance booth. Some technical difficulties hooking up...

Article posted in Skate on September 12th, 2008 by admin
Day one at Surf Expo is almost over and so far it’s been a good one. Things started off slow. Despite arriving at 11, I didn’t even have to park that far away....

Article posted in Skate on September 9th, 2008 by admin
The front board is one of my favorite rail tricks and is my warm up trick on most rails. To me it feels steezier than a back board, but once you get the...

Article posted in Skate on September 5th, 2008 by admin
Age: 17 Home:  Denham Springs, LA Years riding? 2..ish Sponsors? Rukus Board Sports, Parents Favorite spot? Amite River Regular or goofy? Regular Boat, PWC or Winch? Yep Wake or sliders?  Sliders Film or photos? Film Skateboard or wakeboard? Skateboard Inclines or boxes? Incline Pool...

Article posted in Skate on September 3rd, 2008 by admin
By now you’ve probably seen the Nike 6.0 “Wall” ad campaign in Alliance Wakeboard. Perhaps you wondered how they did it? If you really cared, a little research and you probably discovered that...

Article posted in Skate on September 2nd, 2008 by admin
By Reed Hansen The first time I saw this gap I was on my way to a Nike shoot with Matt Manzari. Really, you can’t miss it, since it’s right off the highway. ...

Article posted in Skate on August 27th, 2008 by admin
Drew Danielo is an amazingly talented rider. I have known him for a while now and he has come to be one of my favorite wakeskaters and one of my best friends....

Article posted in Skate on August 24th, 2008 by admin
Nick Taylor came so close to winning the titles at all three Toe Jam events this year he could taste it. But even Nick is fallible, especially when he comes up against Brian...

Article posted in Skate on August 22nd, 2008 by admin
Brandon Thomas ca me out on top at the rail competition of the Toe Jam’s third stop in Wasaga Beach, Canada. Rail contest? But I thought this was the boat stop of the...

Article posted in Skate on August 21st, 2008 by admin
Things are just a little bit different here in Canada. The money is different. The signs are all in French, and the boat speed is in kilometers. This last thing was perhaps the...

Article posted in Skate on August 13th, 2008 by admin
By David Hanson Wakeskating, like any other board sport, is better done with friends. Actually, it is one of the few board sports that is actually impossible to do without friends (unless of course,...

Article posted in Skate on August 12th, 2008 by admin
When first asked to do a trick tip on a 360 flip, Travis simply replied, “I don’t even know, I just kick and hope for the best.” But with a little photographic assistance,...

Article posted in Skate on August 7th, 2008 by admin
By James Balzer First of all, I’ve never fallen in my life, but if you’re going to fall, I guess this is the way to do it. You have to fall different for different tricks...

Article posted in Skate on August 5th, 2008 by admin
Las Colinas, TX Texas is an untapped gem in the world of winch spots, and Clint Tompkins is doing his best to hit everyone of them. Surely you’ve seen the giant cement spillways that...

 
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