WAKEBOARDING is now TransWorld WAKEBOARDING. That’s right, your favorite wakeboarding media brand just went big time — and in more ways than one. Not only does TransWorld WAKEBOARDING have the backing of the world’s largest action sports media conglomerate, but the premiere issue sports a slick new over-sized format and a stylie redesign.
Starting with the inaugural December 2010 issue, which hits newsstands on Oct. 5, TransWorld WAKEBOARDING‘s pages will grow by nearly 12 percent, giving wake’s most dynamic photography room to soar. New high-quality paper compliments the increased format, and the new design packs in more pro coverage, gear reviews and instruction than ever before. The result? Your favorite magazine just got bigger and better.
But don’t take our word for it. Get a sneak peek at the inaugural issue of TransWorld WAKEBOARDING right now.
Jimmy LaRiche’s massive melon in Miami scored the first-ever TransWorld WAKEBOARDING cover.
With 12 percent bigger pages, Clay Fletcher’s sick stall at the new Western Oasis Wakeplace is given the space it deserves.
Everyone’s favorite ginger, Bob Soven, is the first rider featured in TransWorld WAKEBOARDING‘s new Pro Spotlight section.
JD Webb’s back lip on this chain link hockey goal is just one of the sick shots in the inaugural issue’s 14-page Sessions section.
Get a sneak peek at the reborn Byerly Blunt wakeboard as well as Danny Harf’s new Ronix one wakeboard boots and O’Brien’s new Format board and boots in the Editor’s Picks gear section.
Find out the last time Chris O’Shea cut his hair, wore a plastic snake for a belt and more in TransWorld WAKEBOARDING‘s new Last Words feature.