Hello! and welcome to the 2007 New Jersey Riders thread!
Despite being the fourth smallest state in the country, New Jersey has a thriving wakeboarding scene.
In the north riders are tearing-up Greenwood Lake and Lake Hopatcong, along the central west coast riders
are ripping-up The Delaware River, in central southern Jersey riders are hitting The Rancocas Creek,
The Mullica River and Lake Lenape. And all along the east coast, brave salt water warriors are shreddin' the
brine from The Raritan River, to The Navesink River, Shark River, Manasquan River, Baregat Bay,
Turtle Cove, the back waters of Margate and The Horse Shoe in Avalon.
And the riders are eclectic: ranging from cautious young beginners, to fearless young adult maniacs,
to middle-aged boat buyers, all the way up to seasoned old school veterans who know how to style riding
just a plywood disk and a folding chair.
And in addition to New Jersey riders, the core wakeworld "Jersey" crew also has regular riders from the
nearby states of Pennsylvania and New York!
Yep, welcome to the 2007 New Jersey Riders thread!
And if you want a more focused look at our little thing here, check out www.wakeboardnj.com
And if you want to check-out our annual New Jersey Wakefest, go to www.njwakefest.com
And for some general New Jersey fun facts try http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Jersey
Alright New Jersey crew! 2007 is here and the countdown to the first pulls of the season has begun!