|I just moved to the San Francisco area, and am looking for some semblance of a wakeboarding community here. Can anyone point me in the right direction?|
|head east towards the delta.|
|By WCW (walt) on Tuesday, September 05, 2006 - 9:18 pm:
|There are plenty of bay area riders that post here on WW so You came to the right place.|
|thanks, Joe. I don't have a boat, I was hoping there was some way to find a hookup, or meet other riders. |
Or should I stalk some people and jump on their boat as they're pulling out?
|By WCW (walt) on Tuesday, September 05, 2006 - 9:26 pm:
|Post a thread in the find a third section of the forum.|
|You came to the right place, this site is an amazing resource for linking up with people|
|cool, thanks everyone! I'll post up in 3rd party. Guess there's no local site.|
|Joe said it...head east or north. Lake Berryessa and Sonoma are north about 1-2 hours depending on where you are. The Delta is only 1 1/2 hours east to many different launches such as Orowood, Discovery Bay, Rivers End, Tracy Oasis, and a few others. Most of the good lakes are 2-3 hours. |
Welcome to the congestion and traffic!
|Tom - In the "find a third" section you'll find PLENTY of locals to hook up with...enough to consider WW a local site for riders. Welcome, were ya relocate from?|
|Campbell WOOT WOOT!! |
You have Lake Anderson, Calero, Coyote, Delta, mcclure don pedro, comanche, tulloch, beryessa, clear lake, shasta, tahoe, nacimento and im sure I missed about 20 others.
|i board at the delta and berryessa|
|I heard the best place to ride around S.F. is Farallon Island, Water might be a little rough, Oh ya, Those damn great white sharks|
You are always welcomed on my (our) boat. I live in Burlingame, just 15 min. south of you.
Just give me a call. I'll be out of town till Sunday.