Boardshorts, Bulls, and Bikinis - Sponsored by Liquid Force
DALLAS (January 12) - Some of the top regional and pro wakeboarders in the country will be returning to North Texas, February 7th, to participate in the
4th Annual Boardshorts, Bulls and Bikini's event at Gilley's-Dallas!
This unique event, presented by Malibu Boats and Monster Energy Drink, features a pool-gap rail jam contest in the parking lot of the infamous honky-tonk, followed by a bull-riding contest on Gilley's legendary mechanical bull. Riders will be competing for cash and one of two Boardshorts, Bulls and Bikini's custom silver belt buckles!
Already scheduled to ride the rails and the bull are Liquid Force Pro Team rider and returning event Champion - Shane 'Danger" Bonifay, 2008 WWA Wake Park World Series Champion Tom Fooshee, CWB Pro Team rider - Gabe Lucas, Ronix ripper Adam Errington, Hyperlite Pro Kyle Alberts plus Pro Wakeskaters - Clint Tompkins, Brandon Thomas and Bret Little. They will be joined by top regional riders including Joe Lemberg, Brian Sasser, Billy Garcia, Andrew Dyrhood, Ryan Anderson, Brady Webb and Hank Carter. Pro Tour announcer Dano "The Mano" Amir and his Texas side-kick, Justin Kiefer will be calling the action and local shredder Joey Bradley will be handling DJ duties.
Following the wakeboarding and bull-riding competitions, Waterski America will be hosting a very special event after-party, held in The Loft bar at Gilley's. The pros will judge the Hot Bod Bikini Contest with help from the crowd followed by a live concert from Fort Worth's own, Spoonfed Tribe.
In addition to Malibu Boats and local Malibu dealer Waterski America, the event is backed by Monster Energy Drink, Liquid Force Wakeboards and Spy Optic. Media partners include Alliance Wakeboard Magazine, Wakeboarding Magazine and local alternative radio station, 102.1- FM, The Edge.
The rail jam contest starts at 8:30p.m. and is free to the public. The after-party is open to anyone 18 or older with $10 paid admission. Gilley's is located at 1135 South Lamar just south of downtown Dallas. For more information, visit www.texaswakeboardtour.com.