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Byerly Buzz Wakesurf Board Review

The Byerly Buzz Wakesurf Board is one board I found to be very good when I want to aggressively attack the wake with style.  I found that the Byerly Buzz Wakesurf Board gives me the freedom I need to move smoothly through the waters riding behind a boat. This hybrid board is a fantastic ride

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Phase 5 Trident

Best Wakesurf Board For Big Guys

For us bigger guys, finding the right wakesurf board can be a challenge.  A board that is too small requires a lot more effort to keep it going, while in contrast a board that is too big will cause a lack of responsiveness.  For bigger guys, an optimal board will provide you with a fast

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waterskier

How To Water Ski For The First Time

Nothing comes close to the feeling one feels the first time they successfully glide over a flat surface on a pair of skis, especially when it’s in the blue seas of somewhere hot. Water-skiing can be a tricky skill to master, but it is one that does not require a great deal of fitness. Even

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kite surfer at sunset

Is Kitesurfing Dangerous?

Kitesurfing is often regarded as an extreme sport, placed highly along with American football, rock climbing and bungee jumping which all share a high degree of risk. Kitesurfing has been made famous by those horrific ‘close call’ videos that circulate around the internet and on TV shows, but just how dangerous is it? Any sport

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2020 Phase 5 Hammerhead

2020 Phase Five Hammerhead Review

The 2020 Phase Five Hammerhead is a completely new take on the skim style wakesurf board and unlike anything I have ridden.  The board was designed by 7 time world champion wakesurfer Drew Danielo and he clearly did some out of the box thinking when he came up with this design.  I have to admit

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family, sports, waterskiing

Best Water Skis For Beginners

Water skiing is a fantastic sport that involves coordination and skill. Beginners will want to travel at slower speeds to get some comfort as they learn, somewhere around the 20 mph mark. Once you get the hang of it, you could be travelling as fast as 36 mph like the pros. We put together our

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