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1OkWakeSeries 01-06-2014 5:03 PM

Something that has never been done before..
 
Does anyone have any cool ideas for something that has never been done before in wakeboarding that could be attemped? Could include kickers, etc. Needing ideas for local event and sponsors.

jessemitchell 01-06-2014 5:35 PM

No handed Raley

JamesHawk101 01-06-2014 5:50 PM

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Originally Posted by jessemitchell (Post 1858238)
No handed Raley

Like you drop the handle mid air and grab it again? Because I have seen that done before.

migs 01-06-2014 7:41 PM

Flip on a wake skate

skers85 01-06-2014 7:59 PM

No grab!!!

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andy_nintzel 01-07-2014 6:34 AM

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Originally Posted by jessemitchell (Post 1858238)
No handed Raley

Yup thats a Andrew Adkison Staple.

I wish I could contribute more, but all I can say, I got some crew that is working out some pretty rad new stuff.

wakedaveup 01-07-2014 6:39 AM

slim chance 7?

jarrod 01-07-2014 8:51 AM

I don't personally, but I recently saw a vid of Mike Dowdy working on some pretty crazy ****.

iShredSAN 01-07-2014 8:53 AM

Triple flip??

chillinoj 01-07-2014 2:37 PM

Any videos of this no handed raley? that sounds scary as ...

wakeworld 01-07-2014 3:12 PM

Off the kicker spin with staggered barrels in your path. You leave the ramp and turn your board 90 degrees (so you're facing forward) before hitting the first barrel on your right side with the tip of your board. That hit starts you spinning clockwise and you make it around exactly 360 degrees before you hit the barrel on your left, which initiates a counter-clockwise spin of 360 degrees before you land. Barrel assisted 720 rewind??

captain_vilfo 01-07-2014 4:30 PM

a 1080 off a kicker with no pre-spin

Ttime41 01-07-2014 6:47 PM

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Originally Posted by wakedaveup (Post 1858307)
slim chance 7?

I believe Adam Fields has already done the slim 7

jessemitchell 01-07-2014 8:18 PM

a pre-spin 1080 off a kicker

JetRanger 01-07-2014 9:49 PM

Double tantrum to blind.

wakedaveup 01-08-2014 8:35 AM

That's crazy due to how awkward of a spin that would be. I would love to see some footy of Adam doing the Slimchance 7. I wanted Andrew Akison do the no handed raley a few years back for a demo at an INT comp. I believe he called it the suicide raley (could be wrong) and it was huge, arms were extended all the way out to his side and he just floated in the air staring at the handle, it was insane.

wakedaveup 01-08-2014 8:36 AM

*watched Andrew

Goonz 01-08-2014 11:04 AM

double tumble turn

Kane 01-10-2014 5:08 PM

Has anyone tried an osmosis invert, I think an osmosis truck-driver roll to blind would be sick, not to mention insanely difficult.

Rusty could probably do it :p

Ttime41 01-10-2014 7:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Kane (Post 1859098)
Has anyone tried an osmosis invert, I think an osmosis truck-driver roll to blind would be sick, not to mention insanely difficult.

Rusty could probably do it :p

Chandler Powell did an air osmosis backmobe 5 on cable. It looked insane!

Ttime41 01-10-2014 7:30 PM

http://vimeo.com/68971608

Start at 2:39 and you'll see the osmosis backmobe 5 and a suicide raley!

RideGull 01-11-2014 7:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Ttime41 (Post 1859107)
http://vimeo.com/68971608

Start at 2:39 and you'll see the osmosis backmobe 5 and a suicide raley!

thats dirty!
would love to see an osmosis mobe 5 behind the boat

nautiqu13 01-11-2014 8:10 PM

Three of them I can think of that i can't believe haven't been done (let me clarify, by done, I mean included as common tricks, even off the wake, not done once by parks 15 years ago off a double up.)

TS whirly, SOB aka HS big worm aka ole hs mobe 5, and osmosis backside spins

VinnyA 01-12-2014 5:23 AM

1:40 TS Whirly
<iframe src="//player.vimeo.com/video/77070672?color=c9ff23" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/77070672">56 NORTH - SEAN O'BRIEN WAKEBOARDING IN LATVIA</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/17th">RL</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

sidekicknicholas 01-12-2014 8:55 AM

I've got a nice road gap waiting to be done .... probably easiest on the "T" to the right
.... I guess it was sort of done in 12 honkeys and that other flick where Parks does the U-haul gap
https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hpho...572_8574_n.jpg

VinnyA 01-12-2014 10:31 AM

& Derek here's your ole hs mobe 5, Harley even had time to throw a nose grab on it lol
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...type=2&theater

nautiqu13 01-12-2014 3:04 PM

Vinny,
Thanks for the SOB aka ole hs mobe 5, that is so great, of course Harley has it. It is crazy that is not a staple trick as the big worm has been done for so long

Sean is doing a big worm, which is the same-ish rotation as the hs mobe 5. I am talking about ts backroll with ole backside 360, same-ish rotation as a whirly.

razorjaw 01-14-2014 1:05 AM

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Originally Posted by nautiqu13 (Post 1859255)
Vinny,
Thanks for the SOB aka ole hs mobe 5, that is so great, of course Harley has it. It is crazy that is not a staple trick as the big worm has been done for so long

Sean is doing a big worm, which is the same-ish rotation as the hs mobe 5. I am talking about ts backroll with ole backside 360, same-ish rotation as a whirly.

I hope this is the right link- from the Breddas. They're nailing them off the kicker...

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...type=3&theater

VinnyA 01-14-2014 1:32 AM

I'm the first comment. How could I have forgotten lol
Good find on the underwhirly!

davesetter 01-25-2014 11:57 AM

Standing wake pool. Similar to standing wave pool but somehow creating a standing wake to jump while having rope tied to a fixed tie point. Sort've like when wake skaters session a culvert with rushing water.


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CasMarks 01-25-2014 7:00 PM

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Originally Posted by davesetter (Post 1861876)
Standing wake pool. Similar to standing wave pool but somehow creating a standing wake to jump while having rope tied to a fixed tie point. Sort've like when wake skaters session a culvert with rushing water.


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This is something that I have thought about. I have tried to think of the engineering that would have to take place. One of the concerns was making sure it was deep at the landing instead of coming in from 10ish feet to 1 inch of water...

davesetter 01-26-2014 9:48 AM

I'm no engineer but it seems it would pretty easily figured out. Make the pool 10' deep. An adjustable (up an down and listable) and a way to force the water underneath and past the hull. The hard part would be designing a recirc system for the moving water. With enough money it's doable!


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davesetter 01-26-2014 9:50 AM

An adjustable hull or hull shape I want to say.


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CasMarks 01-27-2014 10:12 AM

OOOH!, I never thought of having a stationary hull where water is pushed past it. I was thinking more of something like the shape of a wake /-----\ just below the water with water rushing past it. With the stationary hull, I would think the water would have to be pushed from in front of it and maintain energy all the way back to where the person would be hitting the wake. Interesting concept regardless, someone smart needs to get to work.

Brett002 01-27-2014 1:48 PM

What it would take is 2 ea. 10' deep tanks on either side of the man made wake.... These would have to be sort of like the endless pools you see advertised on TV, but with just more power to move the water at around say 25 m.p.h. These would be your takeoff and landing points. Then between the tanks you have your wake, which is a fine tuned wrestling mat in the shape of a wake. Water would then have to be propelled over the mat in the center at atleast 6" inches deep to keep the board from contacting the wake.
Option #2.... What if you had a wakeboat on a set of tracks on the bottom of a lake/ river, no driver it just runs on a set path. This would make for some helluva straight runs, and some perfect dbl ups. Plus would be way cheaper than the fake wake.

Brett002 01-27-2014 1:50 PM

Or we need a cable park that is set up to pull a wake boat around in a circle. Or even a huge ball you could jump the wake behind.

Brett002 01-27-2014 1:53 PM

Board from contacting the mat*** Sorry


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