Liquid Force: The Truth Volume 7
It is time for LF to bring your dose of "The Truth". Once again, we're bringing you the latest news, notes, and happenings
involving our team and the company we like to call Liquid Force.
Orlando Pro Tour Results Day Three
In his own words, defending champion Parks Bonifay said he was only 60%. But after riding in the MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour today in Orlando, that 60% was good enough.
Liquid Force Team Bindings Review
Comfort, support, ease of entry and release, features – these are the things that today’s riders look for when they shop for new bindings. And as much as a lot of us hate to admit it, looks play a major role in our decision as well.
Orlando Pro Tour Results Day Two
Orlando’s own Phillip Basino picked up where he left off last year in the Sea-Doo Wakeskate Series – winning. Basino, riding for the first time since winning the 2004 season championship, finished first in his heat today.
Orlando Pro Tour Results Day One
Canadian Kevin Henshaw is used to being on top in wakeboarding. The 19-year-old from Sidney, British Colombia, won the 2004 Junior X series, claiming the crown as the best junior men’s rider in the country.
Byerly Toe Jam Final Results
For the second year in a row, the Scott Byerly Toe Jam wakeskating contest brought the best wakeskaters in the world together, competing in the best possible conditions in three categories at The Projects in Bithlo, Florida.
Boardstop Adds Mako Boat Accessories
Boardstop picked up the complete line of Mako boat accessories. Mako produces some of the most stylish and durable accessories on the market such as board racks, tower speaker and speaker/light combos.
Mid West Wake Fest Announces 2005 Schedule
Riding stag or just looking for a different group, Wake Fest history has shown that there are plenty of great people riding in the Midwest that are willing to share their good fortune of having great rides.
Tige's Innovative Format Adopted By Pro Wakeboard Tours
Upon reviewing the success and feedback from the top wakeboarders in the world, the unique, head-to-head format finals that Tigé first instituted at the 2004 Tigé U.S. OPEN on November 13-14 in Kauai, Hawaii, is becoming an industry standard.