Make plans now to check out the unforgettable, 10th Annual Rockstar Byerly Toe Jam in Orlando, Florida on April 18-20, 2013, in conjunction with Scott Byerly’s 40th birthday.
Living out at The Projects gives you a unique chance to build whatever you want. Coming to the end of the year, Trevor Bashir has been sitting on a bunch of good footage to put together for this part. Trevor rips and is one of my favorite dudes to watch hit rails, check him out!
Happy Halloween! The Byerly Boards crew is back at it. This time they made their way out to the Projects to set up an incline rail into a hippie jump through a tire. Check out Scott Byerly and Brandon Thomas as they fly through the air with e greatest of ease. Have a spooooooky day.
This is the final invite for Stop #5 of The Wakeskate Tour, called “The Contigency”. The Projects Wake Park in Bithlo, Florida will host the Final Event for this year’s annual Wakeskate Tour Series. The season has turned out better than we could have ever imagined.
Todd Watson is the newest member to Team Ronix. Check out his skills to see why. Projects riders always seem to develop into riders that get it. Here Todd shows that he gets it with excellent rail hits, creative features, and a really good edit. See kids? Hard work does pay off.
This just in, Matt Hooker is going to be putting on a few wakeskate camps at the Projects in the next few months. Here’s the flyer with all the info so get on it, come to Orlando, and get your mind right before the season starts. Click this flyer for even more info:
Watch 2011 Oakley Wakeboard Move of the Year winner Erik Ruck show of his versatility, hitting the wake at the Blue Lake, pressing rails at The Projects and booting double flips at Orlando Watersports Complex.
Thirty riders hit the Sesitec System 2.0 park at The Projects Thursday, throwing down on rails and kickers as well as water trick, for the second stage of the 2011 Rockstar Byerly Toe Jam, presented by O’Neill.
The Projects Camp is definitely a spot every rider needs to experience. This is where the Sesitec System 2.0 cable system got its origins in the United States, and it was the first straight-line cableway open to the public. The Projects Camp has three different Sesitec System 2.0s — each for different uses.
Danny Burnstein tagged along with Daniel Powers and I the other day for a rail session at The Projects and a boat set on the Butler Chain of Lakes. Danny’s definitely a super-hyped dude and is always down to ride. Maybe that’s why he woke up at 6 a.m. to shoot with us. We had […]