- Maple/Basswood cross ply layup for maximum pop and durability
- Full transition concave
- Straight rails on the top deck for a more controllable flip
- Dual density risers. One for spring the other for stability
- Flex control system
- Resin coated slider base with scratch-proof graphics
Wednesday, 21 January 2009
Saturday, 17 January 2009
Remote Wakeskates, a division of Company Wakeboards has been launched! Rumors have been around for quite a while but now it is official. Skaters involved in the project are Silas Thurman, Andrew Pastura and Ben Horan.
Friday, 16 January 2009
Top speed can be adjusted in three gears. An hydraulic disc brake assures safe stops.
Total weight is 155lbs (70kg).
Check out Neverride.com for additional info...
Tuesday, 13 January 2009
Here is the first part about winches made in US. The first winch is the wooden winch from New Wakeskates. New Wakeskates sells complete winches and parts for winches like the Comet TAV2 torque converter clutch. The winches comes in two variants:Frame: wood epoxy composite or Starboard frame
Spool: Starboard spool
Engine: 6,5ps Honda GX 200 or normal engine
The second winch comes from a legendary snowboard cinematographer Kurt Heine . His snow tools company sells a nice winch constructed like a Pulldozer winch.Frame: powder coated steel frame in black
For detailed pics of the Heine Snow Tools winch check the picture gallery at the Heine Snow Tools website. For all snowboard rail junkies check out the Heines Drop in Ramp (collapses to fit inside a snowboard luggage bag).
Monday, 12 January 2009
Do you know the feeling, to see a trick on a video and you don't understand what the person is making? Especially in wakeskating and skateboarding is the complexity of the movement of feeds and skate hard to understand without a slow motion. But here is the solution 120fps are enough. You can see every aspect of the trick.
Wednesday, 7 January 2009