Glasfryn Wakeparc is pleased to announce the date for the second Welsh Wakeboard Open is Saturday 5th November 2011.
Taking place at Glasfryn Parc on Saturday 5th November 2011 the event will include three Sesitec System 2.0s cables, the Relentless Leviathan rail, the O’Shea Wall Rides and a kicker. The day event will be rounded off with a fireworks display and onsite party with live music acts. Entry and parking for spectators is free of charge all day and evening.
The Welsh Wakeboard Open is a grassroots event which is aimed at all standards of riding. Even if you have only just learnt to ride the Welsh Wakeboard Open is for you as it is all about getting riders together and helping each other progress, learn new tricks and most importantly have fun and meet like minded people.
Entry is £25.00, which includes all day riding until the competition. This year there will be six divisions; Juniors (under 16), Intermediates, Rookies, Ladies, Open Men, and Wakeskate.
Those who enter are also eligible to have three sessions on Friday 4th and Sunday 6th November for just £25.00.
There will be pro-rider demos from the Relentless team during the day and the spectacular O’Shea Floodlit Wall-Ride event from 5pm.
The licensed bar will be open till late and great locally produced food will be available all day and evening.
Camping is available. There are toilets and hot and cold showers on the camping field and it costs just £5.00 per person per night. There are also five self-catering cottages at Glasfryn Parc which are available to rent for the weekend.
“The Welsh Wakeboard Open 2010 was a fantastic event and attracted capacity entries. The atmosphere was really relaxed although the competition was certainly hot, particularly in the Men’s Open Division. This year’s event promises to be even better as Glasfryn Wakeparc now has three System 2.0 cables and the Oshea Wall Rides which will really test the riders and be a great spectacle to watch.” Commented Jonathan Williams-Ellis, Owner of Glasfryn Parc.
Glasfryn Wakeparc, which was the first wake park to open in Wales when it opened in July 2010, is part of Glasfryn Parc, a large activity centre on the A499 just outside Pwllheli. During the Welsh Wakeboard Open all of Glasfryn Parc’s other activities will be available including their go karts, quad bikes, ten pin bowling, soft play centre, bar and café.
The Welsh Wakeboard Open is sponsored by O’Shea, Oakley, Skullcandy, Reef, Jacksy, Abersoch Watersports , Fatboy and Industry Wake Parks.