There are a few events every year that really tickle our collective pickle, and you better believe that Yardsale is one of them. The first two Yardsales were wild and filled with some of the most amazing riders from across the globe. Yardsale 3 did not disappoint, as there were some familiar faces like Liam, Wes, Anna, and several others. The riding was at a all-time high with new additions to the Sesitec 2.0 section that really made riders choose their lines wisely. Take your time to vote for best trick and stay tuned for the full video of the event!
Presented by: Rockstar Energy, Alliance Wake, Valdosta Wake Compound, STZ, Slingshot Wake, Sesitec, Space Mob, and BuyWake.com
I went to this killer party on Friday night. But, when I told everyone about it, no one believed me. I explained how it had all the free beer and wine you would possibly drink, a lavish food spread (also free), hand made ice cream (totally on the house too), a DJ, a killer collection of boats, and some exotic wildlife like kangaroos, lemurs, and a massive snake. As inconceivable as all this may seem, it all came together for the grand opening of WaterSports Central’s new location in Seneca, SC.
WaterSports Central is Georgia and South Carolina’s premier dealer of Crownline, Bryant, XCursion, and of course, Nautique boats. WSC celebrated the grand reopening of their Seneca, SC location in pretty extraordinary fashion. They rolled out the red carpet for the community and gave them an impressive glimpse as to the caliber of boat dealer they most certainly are.
Let’s talk the best ballast options for your boat.
Well friends, the “weight” is over! The season is upon us.
Dropping some quick knowledge here on how to properly weight your boat for wakeboarding and wakesurfing.
If you don’t have a stock/integrated ballast system, you might be in the camp that needs to add more weight your boat in order to get the wake just right. Even if you do have an integrated ballast system, you might still want to take things to the next level and add some additional “umpf” to your wake or wave.
First things first (I might date myself here a little bit with this analogy), please please PLEASE don’t turn your boat into a Penny Racer. For those of you who were born after the ’80s, please reference this picture below.