Article posted in Skate on October 14th, 2008 by admin
By Justin Forrest This spot (or not) is located deep in south Orlando’s suburbia.  Wait, what? Another spot in Orlando? Indeed sir or ma’am there is. You’d think that everything would be found by...

Article posted in Skate on October 11th, 2008 by admin
PART II When we last left our legion of lateral line riders we were bidding our goodbyes to the sweet land of tropical winch gaps, also known as Fort Lauderdale.  It was a quick...

Article posted in Skate on October 7th, 2008 by admin
Backside threes are one of my favorite tricks to do on a skate because you can really take your time and float them. When you do a good one you can just feel...

Article posted in Skate on October 3rd, 2008 by admin
Name: Chris Kallas Age: 18 Home: Gold Coast, Australia Years riding: 4 Sponsors: Liquid Force, Reef, Dragon, DW’s Dejavu Boat, PWC or Winch? Boat Wake or sliders? Wake Film or photos? Film and J’s Photo’s Skateboard or wakeboard? Wakeskate Inclines  or  boxes?...

Article posted in Skate on October 2nd, 2008 by admin
By David Hanson How many times have you had a long day at school or work and all you wanted to do was come home and hit the glass?  It is what gets most...

Article posted in Skate on September 30th, 2008 by admin
By Roland Lugo So here we are once again trapped amidst the moral conundrum that has come to be so lovingly known as the “Spot or Not.” Confusing name aside, it is clear...

Article posted in Skate on September 27th, 2008 by admin
By Gavin Joicius Our current economic situation is getting pretty intense. “The worst financial crisis since the Depression???” Did I hear that right during the Presidential debates? Either way … I...

Article posted in Skate on September 25th, 2008 by admin
Like a foam pit for BMX or Motocross, a flow rider for surfing, or a swimming pool for ski jumping, every aspiring wakeskater needs a trampoline. As frustrating as it is to learn...

Article posted in Skate on September 24th, 2008 by admin
When I was asked to write an introduction to Steve Campbell’s interview, so many descriptive thoughts came to mind.  So many that I wasn’t even sure how to put them all into one...

Article posted in Skate on September 23rd, 2008 by admin
The start up roller is your chance to get the most air riding behind the ski. As the jetski starts, it digs into the water, and creates a bigger wake. It only lasts...

Article posted in Skate on September 20th, 2008 by admin
Not since 2006 has one rider taken the title in all three main Toe Jam events. Yeah, it was only two years ago, but that’s a long time in “wakeskate time.” Anyway, Reed...

Article posted in Skate on September 19th, 2008 by admin
Friday may go down in history as the longest day in Toe Jam history, since it included not only the boat final but a night winch jam across town from the Projects at...

Article posted in Skate on September 19th, 2008 by admin
It was a Toe Jam first, as the pool jam/winch contest moved from the muddy shores of the Projects to the sandy shores of OWC. Scott Byerly and several of the other riders...

Article posted in Skate on September 18th, 2008 by admin
Today began the start of a three day saga known as the Toe Jam Finals in Orlando, Florida, and if things keep going the way they did today we are in for one...

 
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