June 24, 2013 By Jon T
After surfing behind a boat for the past week, I couldn’t help but think about the video you are about to watch. As you might know, surfing has taken many different shapes over the years. I believe the sport just took on another look. Wavegarden produces man made waves sustainable for the pros and just small enough for the little tikes. Did you read that? It says Man Made waves. Waves up to 720 feet long. Are you interested now? We are and that is why we had to Approved this vid. Enjoy!
Each week we highlight our favorite piece of social media from the snowboard and ski world and give it our “I’d Hit That” stamp of approval. All we want to do is give recognition to all of the hard working folks in the Action Sports Industry.
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August 29, 2012 By Jon T
Alright, so over the last few years I have been writing about wakeboarding and snowboarding and the different aspects of being able to ride all day, everyday. Well to say the least I found another way for you to get out on the water if all else fails. Check this out.
I don’t really know if you call this wakeboarding, surfing, or skiing. I do know that it really doesn’t matter in this case. This picture just cracks me up and it goes to show that if you really want to get out on the water bad enough, you can do it.
All it really takes is a piece of plywood and a horse. Maybe a car and a couple sheets of newspaper or maybe a team of titans and a few milk cartons. In the end, all it really takes is some passion and a desire to get out on the water.
So what is your excuse for not Boarding the Midwest All Day, Everyday?
March 7, 2012 By Jon T
Are you serious? It is hard to even understand how this works, but I love the idea. It is like a flow rider, but without water. Water is replaced by brushes. What?
New ways to board and new sports are always exciting to learn about. It looks like this way of boarding has a way into the market and if we had to guess this is going to take people by storm. I wonder who will be the first to have a Brush Boarding experience in the Midwest?
Have you heard of brush boarding? Do you know how it works? If not you can go to BrushBoarding.com to find out how to get your hands on a machine like this. It sounds like they are ready to take Brush Boarding to the next level.