Alex Graydon: cruising in Alabama | Photo: BuyWake/Alliance Wake

A few months after the launch of "ALa-Cruzin," Alex Graydon returns with a unique compilation of indie runs shot in his home state.

He hails from Equality, Alabama, and it is because of people like him that wakeboarding is growing fast, and getting more and more complex.

Alex Graydon might have stepped off of the competitive scene, but he's still out there setting the trends, and taking the sport to incredible heights.

Whether pulled by a cable system or by a boat, Graydon is constantly introducing innovations in wakeboarding. Alex's "ALa-Cruzin Uncut" proves why riders need him in the spotlight.

Sometimes, he and his beta tester friends get hurt in the process, but the overall outcome is impressive and colorful. Free wakeboarding is truly getting exciting.

Watch Alex Graydon, Taylor Renfroe, Ben Allbright, and others inspiring the world with "ALa-Cruzin Uncut," a collection of exclusive, never-before-seen outtakes.

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