Article posted in Skate on May 6th, 2010 by bryansoderlind
What up dude? Happy Birthday! Where are you? Thanks dude, just waking up, I’m in Texas right now for Aaron’s contest this weekend. I’m calling you to do a little mini-interview and feature on you...

Article posted in Skate on January 13th, 2010 by bryansoderlind
Over the past few years I’ve had the chance to visit a lot of professional waker’s homes. Everyone has their own unique setup so consider this a new semi-regular feature where I show...

Article posted in Skate on January 8th, 2010 by alliancewakeskate
It’s a new year, new decade and time for change. So today officially marks the start of a new weekly column here on Alliance Wakeskate: Weekly Snaps. It’s sort of like a combination...

Article posted in Skate on December 18th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Greg Monroy has been Oak’s in house artist since the beginning. Web site, soft goods, decks — pretty much all Oak art comes from Greg’s creative hands. He should get an award for...

Article posted in Skate on December 10th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Nic Harlos. Photo by Lars Borjak By Gavin Jocius My freedom will be so much the greater and more meaningful the more narrowly I limit my field of action and the more I surround myself...

Article posted in Skate on December 3rd, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
By Sawyer Davis Leave it to Kyle Walton to find a spot that is actually the opposite of its name. The Friendship Gap about as friendly as one that kicks you in the shin...

Video posted in Wake, Skate on November 19th, 2009 by alliance
The concept was simple: Put a crew together of O’Neill’s best surfers, wakeskaters, and wakeboarders.  Go surfing in the morning, hit the lagoon in the afternoon and see how the experiment works out....

Article posted in Skate on November 10th, 2009 by Patrick Wieland
MSRP: $349 Length: 40.7 Waist width: 15.5 12″ tip and tail Every once in a while you read a board review from some guy whose never even ridden the board, much less even handled it. I didn’t...

Article posted in Skate on November 6th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
When you combine the right people, the right gear, and a lot of heart you end up with a photo album like the one from this weekend.  It was by far my favorite...

Article posted in Wake, Skate on October 31st, 2009 by Patrick Wieland
One thing everyone in Orlando looks forward to every Halloween is the annual Byerly Halloween Bash. Downtown Orlando is home to a lot of interesting people and the night before Halloween didn’t disappoint...

Article posted in Skate on October 30th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
Age: 17 Home:     Orlando, FL Years Riding: 4 years Board: 41.5 Oak Pit Spitter Shoes: Nike 6.0 Mavrk Best place you’ve ridden: Airport property behind the four wheeler Favorite rider: Matt Carter Sponsors: Nada Boat or PWC?: PWC Cable or Winch?: Winch Rails or flip tricks?:...

Posted in Skate on October 28th, 2009 by Patrick Wieland
I had been wanting to shoot a video at night on the system 2.0 for a long time and what better time to do it then Halloween when everything should be dark and...

Article posted in Skate on October 22nd, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
by Sawyer Davis I was driving back from Birmingham one Sunday afternoon with some time to kill, and having recently purchased a new driving toy. I vaguely remembered some twisty back roads that led...

Article posted in Skate on October 15th, 2009 by alliancewakeskate
When I first moved back home to Roswell, GA I figured I knew the area well enough to know there were no good gaps anywhere.  Turns out I was wrong, Google Earth sees...

 
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