- 06 March 2015 | Wakeboarding
AutoWake promises a revolution in wakeboarding. The newly launched technology measures your boat's hull angles and depth in the water and adjusts ballast, gates and trim plates to keep your hull where it should be.
As conditions change - different passengers, different riders, varying fuel - AutoWake adjusts the hull to keep its depth and angles consistent. It basically works just like a cruise control system.
A consistent hull position means consistent waves and wakes with none of the frustration so familiar to users of older systems that measure the wrong things.
- 03 March 2015 | Wakeboarding
The World Wakeboard Association (WWA) has announced creation of the 2015 Malibu Evolution Pro Series. Malibu's award-winning Wakesetter line will be the official towboat of the tour.
The circuit will feature three stops in Mexico, Japan, and the United States, as well as a $20,000 purse. Riders competing in the Malibu Evolution Pro Series will also be earning points in the overall WWA Wakeboard World Series.
"The last 25 years of the WWA have been incredible. And now, with the Evolution Pro Series and a partner like Malibu Boats that shares our vision, I'm confident that competitive wakeboarding will be alive and well for the next 25 years and beyond," says Shannon Starling, president of the WWA.
- 19 February 2015 | Wakeboarding
The Supra Boats Pro Wakesurf Tour 2015 will feature three stops and a total purse of $30,000.
The best wake surfers in the USA will competing for their share of a $10,000 per-stop purse in at The Colony (Texas), Acworth (Georgia), and Lathrop (California) in conjunction with the Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour.
"Having the best pro men athletes in two competition disciplines like surf and skim, in addition to wakeboarding at one epic event, is a tremendous undertaking," underlines Rick Tinker, President of Supra Boats.