April 1st, 2010 by alliance
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It’s hard to believe how long it’s taken for California, action sports capitol of the world, to get a cable park. But now, (and this is no April Fool’s joke) Wolf Watersports, outside of Fresno, is the proud owner of a shiny new System 2.0 at their Manna Wake Cable Park.

Ricky G was one of the first riders to go check it out, amazingly enough for his first time ever riding the System 2.0. Here’s a little riding and more info in this video from Pat Panakos and the boys at The Wake Park Project. Seems the Alliance Wake crew may need to take a trip north soon!

It’s hard to believe how long it’s taken for California, action sports capitol of the world, to get a cable park. But now, (and this is no April Fool’s joke) Wolf Watersports, outside of Fresno, is the proud owner of a shiny new System 2.0 at their Manna Wake Cable Park.
Ricky G was one of [...]

3 Responses to “California’s First Cable Park”

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  2. Tarah Seibert Poirot Says:

    Awesome Kyle- Looks like you have done an amazing job! Congrats on your success and hard work…looks like lots of FUN!

     
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