January 29th, 2013 by Submitted

When you grow up under the tutelage of riders like Mike Schwenne and Derek Cook, expectations can be pretty high. You think learning new tricks is hard? Try learning new tricks and then making them look better than those guys’. Trever Maur has done that and then some, keeping the Delta – long the epicenter of style focused riding – at the forefront of unique wakeboarding. When you watch guys like Trever ride you watch not because of the difficulty, but because you’ve never seen anything exactly like it. Any pro can learn new tricks. Few pros can make them their own. Trever and the rest of his buddies on the Delta Force have been pushing that concept for the last couple years, and it shows in this video.

Stay tuned to alliancewake.com and look out for the next issue of Alliance Wakeboard Magazine, where we’ll have a feature on the one-and-only Delta and the guys who now call it home.

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8 Responses to “Trever Maur – West Coast Wonder”

  1. riley Says:

    I could watch T Maur ride all day long!

  2. chase Says:

    lots of cool tricks, but he hooks everything ha ha. just playin. That wrapped mute back roll backside 180 is one of the coolest moves I’ve seen in a while. Keep it up… style first!

  4. adam silcio Says:

    anyone know the song?

  5. Tony Vercelli Says:

    Yeah Trev!

  6. Adam Fields Says:

    Nice smooth style! How do you get your knees so close to the board? Does that hurt?

  7. corey Says:

    love his style but im tired of seeing so many tuck knees

  8. Ryan Says:

    Absolutely killing it. I can watch the Delta Force ride all day and never get bored. Keep it up Trev!


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