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Old     (ragboy)      Join Date: Aug 2007       05-22-2013, 11:04 PM Reply   
We had a great time with Mitch Lemos out on the boat testing the regular side wake. Mitch is a boat ho. He rides every boat, and with a lot of great wakesurf riders. He is always one of the guys I go to to help test our setup for the regular side of the wake. Mitch also runs the California Marine Sports pro shop and rides for Victoria Skim boards. Check out the video.



As of last week, we had the same amount of people registered for the West Coast Wakesurf Open as we did on the day of the event in 2012. As of today, we have more, and we may have to cut off registration so if you are NOT registered, register now!

The Roster
We have a great roster of riders for the event, and we will publish it on Tuesday after memorial day, and we also should have a schedule available. We are not going to have to combine any classes, and we may be splitting out amateur into outlaw and amateur. We have 11 people registered for Masters, which is fantastic, I can't wait to see that smack down. We may have to do a qualifying run and finals for masters as well as the pros. Stay Tuned!

Here are some great pictures for the riding we have been tuning to make sure our Z3 with Convex VX is ready for the competition. This is the competition debut of the Convex VX.

Frank agreed (330 lbs), the boat has plenty of push even with the VX. Some people thought the VX would reduce the push, you just add about 300 more pounds than without the VX, and it has as much push as the Z3 did before without the VX.



IMG_5862 by wake9, on Flickr


IMG_5851 by wake9, on Flickr

Here is Dennis riding switch and he has plenty of room. The VX wake is longer than without, and very smooth.


IMG_6052 by wake9, on Flickr


IMG_6028 by wake9, on Flickr

Rob was trying out his new Soulcraft custom behind the Z3, he loves it.


IMG_6084 by wake9, on Flickr


IMG_6125 by wake9, on Flickr

Rob is actually getting decent air with this board, he is going to be flying by the end of the summer.


IMG_6229 by wake9, on Flickr

Pretty cool looking board.


IMG_6338 by wake9, on Flickr

RJ also liked it and tried it backside, he liked it even though its a tad short for him.


IMG_6352 by wake9, on Flickr

RJ was even able to get a bit of air backside, not quite "Sher" worthy, but still pretty good.


IMG_6408 by wake9, on Flickr

RJ is riding a loaner from Soulcraft since he toasted his board. He likes it but its a bit long for him. He needs something more in between this and Rob's board, still a great, fun board.


IMG_6465 by wake9, on Flickr

He has a lot of control and likes the rails.


IMG_6478 by wake9, on Flickr


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He just isn't quite getting the same height as his old board.


IMG_6538 by wake9, on Flickr


IMG_7035 by wake9, on Flickr

Here he is on Rob's board on the goofy side.


IMG_7195 by wake9, on Flickr

 
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