Brian Grubb: please don't melt | Photo: Nevins/Red Bull

Brian Grubb has taken wakeskating to a whole new level by riding the rare icebergs washing ashore along Cape Cod.

The wakeskate pioneer has already taken wakeskating to the rice terraces of the Philippines and the snowy fields of Bosnia but this time it was different.

The cold winter storms of the northeast US dumped meters of snow on Boston, and created the cold conditions that allowed ice to form in the northern Atlantic, and drift down towards Cape Cod, south of Boston.

Grubb hopped on a last-minute flight to score the sesh. Setting up a winch near the town of Wellfleet, he was able to walk out on the ice in Cape Cod Bay, then grab the tow rope for a wild ride back in around (and over) the icebergs.

"What a crazy, fun place to wake skate! Everyone on the beach were wondering what the heck were we doing out there. I am glad I got to come up." said Grubb.

Now, the only question is where Grubb will elect to take his winch and wakeskate next. Any guesses?

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