In this edition of NKOTB, we will be featuring Mange Ling from Sweden – friends with the Breddas crew. Mange took a trip to Thailand and spent 28 days at wake-a-lot and this edit was the result. Not sure what they are feeding those Swedish kids these days, but whatever it is, it’s working.
Brad spent a month at CWC wakepark in the Philippines filming with Graeme Burress and friends. This is what our NKOTB (New Kid On The Block) series is all about! We hope to see more of brad in the future! Keep an eye out!
Is it just me or does an overwhelming majority of wakeboarders who have dreds ride Slingshot? Either way, it’s rare that you find someone with dreds that has terrible style. Well, that train of thought also applies to this “New Kid” in this edition of NKOTB! Check it out!
Simon Pettai, 15 year old rider from Rahinge Cable Park in Estonia introduced us to a fun new way to turn the corner on two tower cable systems. Simon show’s us how he has incorporated Rahinge’s trampoline into his cable riding in his end of the year edit featired in this edition of NKOTB.
Running out of things to do on rails? If so, it looks like you aren’t as creative as Tobi Rittig. He likes to think differently about rail riding, which make’s it pretty fun to watch! Check him out in this edition of NKOTB!
Georgia native, Jon Hunt, can really throw down some hammers behind the boat and cable. Check out this edit of our next NKOTB!
I know I am pretty biased on this one, but man this kid is rad. I have had the pleasure of working with Tyler over the last few years and it is awesome to see him grow into the ripper he is and continues to become.
Sam Moser sent over this edit of Zach Kent and Cody Karstedt ripping it up and taking laps at the Cable X Wake Park in Lafayette, Louisiana. This place looks like a blast, especially if you ride as well as these two.
Check out 20-year-old Dylan Mitchell hailing from Cape Town, South Africa shredding at the Misverstand Dam. Normally our NKOTB videos are lacking heli-footage, but Dylan and Roberto Colombo come through with a really solid edit.
Chandler Powell (aka Chan Man, aka Man Child) has started this year strong. Last year was his first competing in Pro Men on the Cable scene and he is clearly on his way up.