Alex and Cole produced one of the heaviest online videos of 2016. The video, “ALa-Crusin” was released in Orlando, FL for the 2016 Surf Expo inside the Alliance Wake booth. To date the video has over 5,700 views and is still the talk of the town. Take a peak at some of the never-before-seen footage and some super heavy spills and thrills. Space Rocket Shapes FTW.
3rd and final day of the Shredtown Jamboree
As if things couldn’t get any crazier at the Shredtown Jamboree they finally dropped the Best Line video! Watch our Team Rider Dylan Miller and the crew put together some of the most insane lines with a degree of difficulty that’s off the charts! This was hands down one of the best rider contest ever done and we can’t wait to get out to Shredtown next year for another Jamboree!
On the 3rd and final day of the Shredtown Jamboree riders overall talents were put to the test for the best 3 trick line event in the main park. The wedge to handrail, the choice of the double rooftop or wedge to pipe step down and finishing up with the culvert to deck kicker. After 4 rounds of 5 the athletes voted Dylan Miller, Daniel Grant, James Windsor and Raph Derome all through to a final round. Check out all the action here and find out who takes the cake in the best line event!
Shredtown Jamboree – Best Trick Land Gap
WOW – How heavy are some of these hits? The set up for the land gap isn’t for the average rider that’s for sure. Checkout the worlds best throwing down at Shredtown.
Day 2 of the Shredtown Jamboree was filled with action as 20 of the best riders in the world took to the land gap for a best trick session pulled by the Sesitec 2.0. The setup was built with countless different line possibilities and the athletes made use of every one imaginable. From transfers to wall drops to flips onto rails, we saw it all on Day 2. Congrats to Dom Hernler who won his peers vote for the Best trick of the session.
Day one of the Shredtown Jamboree – Best Trick Park
How awesome is this set up! We’ve been seeing photos for days and now we finally have video from the first day of the Shredtown Jamboree. What do you get when you mix the worlds best rail riders and some of the most unique built features? We can’t wait to see more! The Shredtown Jamboree started out with a bang on day 1 as riders had their first sessions in the System 2.0 park getting to know the setup and dialing in their lines. As voted by the athletes, Dom Hernler, James Windsor, Oli Derome and Raph Derome were chosen for the evening showdown as they battled it out for the best trick award.
Feast your eyes on Best Trick Park.
Yes! Blake Bishop has his own cable park
Recently, a few of the Ambush Board Co. and BuyWake.com Team Riders ran out of town to visit fellow team rider Blake Bishop at his private cable park. You may or may not have heard of this kid, but one thing is certain – you will remember his name. Blake is an amazing 16 year old kid with the seasoned skills of a veteran and is backed by Slingshot Wake. Cole Vanthof sat down with Blake and probed his brain with some random questions. Take a minute to get to know this up and coming Georgia Boy.
1.Who is Blake Bishop?
I’m a 17 year old wakeboarder from Atlanta, Georgia.
2. What are your thoughts on the new generation of wakeboarders?
The new generation is coming in hot. Everyone has new and creative rail hits these days so I can only imagine what’s in store for the future.