Here’s a submission from Cody Ernst from Gilbert Lake, Wisconsin. Submit your own photo to us at email@example.com Camera phone shots are fair game!
Here’s a pic Chad Sharpe sent us from the other day at his pad in Orlando. You too can submit your own photos for our “Stay Glassy” chronicles, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This lake sits right across the street from the WAKEBOARDING offices, so it’s no coincidence that three of our editors have previously lived lakefront. While driving into work, you can catch a glimpse of the conditions, and today is epic. This morning was not as warm as you’d expect Orlando to be (55 degrees), but […]
For those of you who don’t know, the Carlsbad Lagoon is known as the birthplace of wakeboarding. This glassy lagoon sits alongside California’s Interstate 5 in Carlsbad and was the perfect spot for Tony Finn to test the first Skurfer prototypes in the mid-eighties. Our Associate Publisher Jason Bingham snapped this pic while he was […]
Today, WAKEBOARDING Magazine was included in a substantial group of journalists reporting from the city of Windermere, Florida. However, let’s just say we weren’t there stalking every bit of activity around the home of Tiger Woods. 1:40 p.m., 79 degrees.
Here’s a pic from a recent early morning Nautiques shoot taken by WAKEBOARDING magazine Senior Photographer Aaron Katen. Not bad.
Here’s how the Orlando Watersports Complex looked at 8:45 a.m. on Sunday morning before the WWA Worlds Finals. If you have never ridden a contest before you would have been psyched to ride here in one of the amateur divisions. Next contest is the Wake Games next April. If you’re interested in the fun world […]
Just got off the water on the new 2010 Tigé RZ2. As you can see, the conditions weren’t too bad. Check out the new “Tigé Touch” command system. This thing is insane! Works just like an iPhone and is super easy to operate. The tower system is cool too, with swivel racks, four Wet Sounds […]