In our May 2013 Issue, we provided you with a “How To” with Oli Derome that was quite impressive. This article is one that universally applies to all riders. Regardless if you remember seeing it in last May’s issue, it’s time to review it again as we enter the 2014 season. Keep improving out there folks!
Within a few short months, the surf game has taken leaps and bounds in the direction of progression. While there are numerous checks in the “pros” category for having the technology on board to switch surf waves at the push of a button…
CWB team rider Trevor Hansen takes time out of his busy day to deliver a message on boat ramp etiquete. He delivers it with the classic CWB-TV PSA shovel. Daniel Powers takes the delivery after saying hi to a buddy while Nicola Butler can’t get a good selfie. Thank you CWB for helping to keep […]
What sets the world’s best riders apart from the rest of the field is their ability to adapt to anything. Adaptation on a wakeboard can encompass the numerous disciplines: rail riding, contest results, kicker tricks, free-riding prowess, etc. Zoom in closer and you’ll find adaptation and variation within each of those disciplines.
I know what you’re about to say: “Oh man, this is lame. Stand-up paddleboarding is so whack.” Trust me, I’ve heard it all before and even said it myself; that was until I tried it. Now I’ve suddenly found myself screening the shipping department’s phone calls as they try to collect the board from this very photo shoot.
Happy Friday! Here’s a wakesurf instructional from some of the best wakesurf guru’s in the sport, Collin Harrington and the Liquid Force team. Learn everything you need to know from weighting your boat, learning to wakesurf, and intermediate to advanced tricks. This is an instructional piece that Liquid Force created and we thought everyone could […]
In our August issue of TransWorld WAKEBOARDING the members of the Slingshot’s Shredtown crew let us get inside their heads. In case you needed the reminder,click through and check it out again. It can’t hurt. Well, the reading part at least.
Trevor Maur reminding us that Individuality can make all the difference. Making a trick your own helps the cream rise to the top. The great part about this sport that we all love is we can take our riding in any direction we choose. If your goal is to add your own flair to tricks that […]
This particular How-To is not necessarily a step by step, but more an example of how control of a trick can open the doors to new moments to grab. Rusty snaps an extra late indy poke on a boosted backside 540. Early — Taking off of the wake into a spin and grabbing with the […]
Ben Greenwood getting precise with a grab on a BS 540 variation. Where and How Keeping grabs clean and tight can earn you respect from Wake’s elite. Over the years, board sports have started to gravitate away from grabs considered “sloppy” or in “no man’s land” due to the lack of control they show. […]