With all the action that goes down at the Yardsale, it’s hard to find time to just freeride. Luckily for us, Terry Bailey is no slouch and will send it whenever it’s requested of him. So as the sun set on the first day of the contest, we snuck out to the 2.0 to let Terry do what he does best. The contest might not have gone his way but we’re sure this photo makes up for it. (photo: Mathis)  

Valdosta, Georgia may not be known as the most happening town in the world but the crew at the Valdosta Wake Compound are doing everything they can to change that opinion. With the Yardsale in its third year now, this contest just keeps getting better and better. The set up is always on point and the Compound makes for a perfect backdrop to all the insanity. From riding all day in the Georgia heat to ripping around side-by-sides into the wee hours of the morning, the Yardsale has it all. If you missed it, be sure not to make that mistake again.

What are they feeding the kids these days? Seriously, it seems like every time we turn around, there’s another young kid from anywhere in the world absolutely ripping. This is very true for Luca Kidd, a young gun from the UK. Luca has made a name for himself in the scene in a relatively short amount of time so we decided to sit down with him and pick his brain a bit. He’s got some big plans for the years to come, so grab your popcorn and watch it all unfold.

The re-entry is something in wakeboarding that comes in and out of the public eye but is always lurking. Getting booted off of a proper double up re-entry doesn’t seem too complicated, but if you do it wrong it could be Slam City for ya’. They’ve become quite trendy yet again so we thought it would be a good time to assemble a solid crew and see what can really be done off of them. This idea led us to the newest iteration of ALL ALLIANCE in the form of the “Re-Entry Revival”. Sounds pretty epic, right? Well, it was!