Why were a life jacket when behind the boat? Cause you might die. Listen to Chad…
You remember LA Gear right? They made those shoes all the cool kids wore that had lights in the heel that flashed whenever you took a step? Now you can have your chance at revenge and prove to everyone you’re not the dork you were in grade school.
Ronix has released two new boards the DHV1 and CSV1 based on the familiar One and Covin series wakeboards, respectively. And while they didn’t actually work with LA Gear on these new wakeboards, Ronix has incorporated a piezo-electric diode that lights up when you hit the wake hard enough.
The new boards feature the same shape as the signature lines they’re based on, but make use of a high end “Italian Dark Core” for a lighter and stiffer board. If you currently ride a Ronix One or Covin wakeboard, but wish it weighed just a little less and had more pop, these may be just what you’ve been waiting for.
Sean Kilgus, BFY Productions, has delivered another masterpiece in DRIVE. This is his follow up film to such titles as Butter Effect, Bent Felix, and Running on Empty. Wake films we all have watched over and over.
The rider line up in this film is ridiculous and includes many of the worlds best. Randall Harris, Rusty Malinoski, Danny Harf, Chad Sharpe, Trevor Hansen, Jimmy Lariche, Ben Greenwood, Gabe Lucas, JD Webb, Jeff McKee, Erik Ruck, and Adam Errington all have sections.
Order your copy from Wakeside.com and check out a short trailer after the jump.
DRIVE The Video is set to premiere. Northwest native Sean Kilgus and BFY Productions have finished the NEW 16MM wakeboard film. Kilgus has teamed up once again with the top riders in the world and captured the riders throwing down some of the best tricks ever caught on film to date… ! ! !
DRIVE is the follow up film to a long list of amazing releases by Kilgus. Most notably “The Butter Effect” and “Bent Felix”.
Riders featured in DRIVE are : Rusty Malinoski, Randall harris, Danny Harf, Chad Sharpe, Jeff McKee, Ben Greenwood, Jimmy Lariche, Adam Errington, Trevor Hansen, Gabe Lucas, and JD Webb.
Come see the world premiere of “DRIVE” at the Showbox SODO in Seattle, WA. DRIVE Premiere details are posted after the jump……
Yeah, neither had we, but you should check it out. In reality the main purpose is probably just as a marketing tool for Ronix, but it still has some original thoughts from the author, as well as some great pictures taken while Chad is out and about shooting with his buddies.
Basically, it boils down to the fact that you should add Chad’s blog to your list of places to check out.
Visit Chad Sharpe’s blog, A Radix Hymn.
Known as the first rail contest in the history of the sport, and the event that put The Projects on the map in 1999, The Carnival, is returning this summer to The Projects in Orlando, Florida where the world’s top pros will be battling for the belt on May 10-12, 2007.
Wakeboarding gets another shot at primetime on Fuel TV’s Insane Cinema program throughout the month of April. Sure, it’s not a major network, but anytime you can catch someone riding a wakeboard and it’s not part of some cheesy commercial, that’s a good thing for the sport.
So program your DVR if you haven’t already seen this unique film from Sean Kilgus and if you have seen it, make sure you remind all of your buddies that haven’t to check out Fuel TV this month.
Check out all of the details, along with a preview of the video after the jump.
What do you get when you combine some wakeboarders from the northwest with a video camera, a wakeboard boat and 3,500 miles of open road to explore? We’re not really sure either, but you can be certain it will make an entertaining wakeboarding movie with some impressive riding thrown in for good measure. That’s the idea behind the Living the Dream Tour, and it’s kicking off soon, so stay tuned for more information.
We stumbled up on this little treasure of unreleased Ronix team rider shots, and just had to share the spoils with everyone. There are some high quality shots of pretty much everyone on the team, so take a look.