With Sesitec System 2.0 cable parks popping up all across North America, it’s never been easier to take a spin on one of the most progressive innovations in wakeboarding history. If all those photos from Wake Lab and Wake The Line have yet to convince you to give Sesitec’s System 2.0 a try, these three reasons […]
Highly praised for its soaring towers, tight pull and unique near-circular shape, Revolution cable park is quite a magical place. With Revolution cable park’s five towers so spaced out, you have plenty of time to boost big, floaty air tricks between any two corners, which is unusual for most five-tower cableways.
Cowtown Wakepark, a new cable wakeboarding park near downtown Fort Worth, is set to open on the Trinity River by April 2011. Cowtown Wakepark is the brain child of Fort Worth area resident and longtime wakeboarding die-hard Tommy Fambrough. “I have been working on getting this cable park going for over three years, and I […]
It’s never too soon to start scripting your game plan for 2010, and one of the things that should definitely make your to-do list is riding at a cable wakeboard park. Cable parks have helped dozens of now-professional riders like Jimmy LaRiche and Adam Errington propel themselves into the elite ranks of wakeboarding and wakeskating. […]
I recently posted a picture of my backyard taken at sunset on my blog, www.derekgrasman.com. The post was called “My Paradise.” That got me thinking. Why is it that when anyone thinks of paradise almost always the first thing that pops into your head is one of those screensaver-type islands located somewhere in the Pacific Ocean […]
Yes, this is what it looks like: someone doing a Raley being pulled by a $200,000 excavator.
If it weren’t for cable parks, I wouldn’t be half the rider I am today. Long before I hoisted three Wakestock rail titles and this magazine named me a Rail Master at the Wake Awards, I spent countless hours doing laps at the Orlando Watersports Complex. In fact, more than half the tricks I do […]