There are some pretty interesting graphics these days in wakeskating. We always reminisce on graphics that we loved and desided to put this list together of our favorite wakeskate graphics.. What are some of your favorites? H/T images via WakeWorld
Remember the ol’ Sfumato days when wakeskating was predominately done behind a boat? With the development of wakeskating and the increasing overall technicality of tricks being thrown everyday, it’s obvious why riders are choosing to take a different approach to riding. And, of course, we having to drain your pockets to pay for filling up your boat is another obvious reason. But, is riding behind a boat becoming a thing of the past for new, up-and-coming wakeskaters?
I do not necessarily think so, however, the influences of wakeskating are definitely taking more of a turn towards winch, cable, and PWC; and have ben doing so for quite some time. Who can deny it, though? You can learn so much behind the ski, and at a faster pace; you can hit spots that are considered unthinkable with a winch; and cables are popping up all over the place. Getting out there behind the boat, unfortunately, seems as though it may become a lost art.
Check out the fruit of Remote Wakeskate’s recent trip to the Philippines in the form of this crispy nine minute scorcher. We’re so hyped to be affiliated with a good group of guys pushing the sport in all the right directions.
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The Remote Wakeskates team recently invaded the Philippines to log some time at the nations top two cable parks, Camsur Watersports Complex (CWC) and Republ1c Wakepark. Check out the teaser from the trip, mandatory viewing here.
*note: The boys were in the Philippines during Typhoon Haiyan, but were luckily positioned just North of the most destructive part of the storm. For a chronicle of the trip’s events be sure to follow Remote Wakeskates on Instagram.
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Red Bull Media House is known for putting out videos at a dizzying rate while still maintaining breath-taking production quality. For episode nine of Winch Sessions, Brian Grubb and BuyWake advocate Ben Horan get their chance to winch one of natures most visually appealing arenas, the cranberry bog. Press play and enjoy one of the most aesthetically pleasing eight minutes of wakeskating you’ve ever seen.
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