Imagine you have an entire wakepark to yourself and can do whatever you want… Now entering its third year, The Renovation is back with a bang for 2016. Three teams and nine riders gathered at the Hip-Notics Wakepark in Turkey for a ten-day session. Their goal? To completely reorganize the park’s Unit Parktech features, create new lines, and then have an awesome time shredding them. And now it’s your turn: Vote for Best Setup NOW!
Hammers, saws and pencils: Which team best handled the tools at The Renovation? Who was able to come up with the cleverest plan, build it, and impress with the most creative setup?
Team Humanoid: Mitch Langfield, Oli Breumlund, Trevor Bashir
Team Humanoid’s skills, creativity and determination at The Renovation was just as impressive as the amount of beer they consumed during their stay at Hip-Notics. Thanks Mitch, Trevor and Oli for the hard work and killing it yet again. Now vote for your favorite team at www.shredthecable.com/therenovation.
Team Jobe: Dominik Gührs, Sam de Haan, Julian Cohen
Dominik Gührs, Sam de Haan and Julian Cohen went out of their comfort zone during the week at Hip-Notics. Their simple idea turned out to be the biggest UNIT hack, and only with the help of all riders were they able to finish the setup. In the end, all the hard work was worth it. Check out all the crazy setups at www.shredthecable.com/therenovation and vote for your favorite team.
Team Slingshot: Dylan Miller, Antoine Allaux, Steffen Vollert
Team Slingshot was on fire the whole week. Dylan Miller, Antoine Allaux and Steffen Vollert were on beast mode and finished their setup first. Consisting of three features in total, it wasn’t only the most UNIT Hacks created by one team, but also the most fun setup to ride. See for yourself and cast your vote at www.shredthecable.com/therenovation.
Everyone who votes will get the chance to win a complete wakeboard/binding setup. Humanoid, Jobe and Slingshot are all sending signed boards that had been ridden at the event.