Brian Grubb turned in a flawless run that included a backside 180, toeside shove indy rewind, mute 360, and a perfect heelside shove indy off the double-up to win the wake portion of the final 2007 Byerly Toe Jam event presented by O’Neill. Grubb, who won the wake event at all three of the 2007 Toe Jam qualifiers, beat standout rider Ben Kaiser, who put together a finals run that included a toeside shove indy, frontside 360, backside 360, and a smooth mute 180 off the double-up.
Aaron Reed was another standout rider in the wake portion, landing a huge shifty into the flats as well as a nosebone backside 180 and heelside 360. The Toe Jam gets harder every year. Bringing 16 of the top wakeskaters together for four contests a year shows everybody the level that wakeskating is at now and the possibilities for the future.
The rail portion of the Toe Jam finals and the winch Best Trick finals will be held today at The Projects. The cable portion of the event and awards party will be held Saturday at the Orlando Watersports Complex.
The Byerly Toe Jam would like to thank presenting sponsor O’Neill as well as Sea-Doo, Hyperlite, Reef, Arnette and Air Nautiques. For more info, go to byerlytoejam.com. To learn more about The Projects, go to the projectspark.com.