Check out Chris Rossi and Brooks Wilson, as they head up to Seattle to ride the new Vapor in the great Pacific Northwest.
Radar Waterskis has officially announced the release date and availability of the Vapor, their new flagship tournament ski. After 10 months of development, The Vapor will be available on Tuesday August 13th, coinciding with the start of the U.S. National Waterski Championships.
All of the world’s best slalom skiers keep their shoulders level and their head upright throughout the turn. Adopting this posture afords you optimum balance and the ability to maintain your speed, as opposed to falling clumsily into the turn. The key to this upright approach, however, lies far in advance of the turn itself. […]
Is there one perfect line to run through the slalom course, one turning radius that places the skier on the ultimate path of least resistance to the next buoy? After watching hours of snow-ski racing this winter, I am inclined to think there may be.
Check out this photo gallery of Chris Rossi’s legendary moves, and read our commentary on how you can use his techniques to make your next set the best ever!
Sometimes it’s easy to get wrapped up in the minutia of the sport and forget how lucky you are to be a water skier. Team Radar shares their memories of skiing for the first time and what the sport means to them now. In memory of Mark O. Rossi, 1954-2012.
Team RadaR got together during dealer days to put on a one of a kind night contest unlike anything else. Instead of a traditional format, each person was given 5.5 minutes to see how big of a score they could put up. Watch this teaser vid to see some of the action that went down and see the full story HERE.
Team Radar took a trip down to our secret location in the Flahamas and shredded on Blue Lake!
The Water Ski community is rallying together! Join in! Skierpalooza has been formed by Radar Skis to bring cancer awareness to the front of our minds as we enjoy our favorite activity in the sunshine.
Scroll through all six WATERSKI covers from 2011, vote for your favorite and let us know in the comments below what you look for in a great cover shot.