how to wakesurf
Back when SURF GATE debuted, I showed you guys how to land your first wave-to-wave transfer. Well, the new SURF GATE system that’s out on Malibu’s 2014 boats is faster than ever before. More importantly, it has a signaling system that tells you exactly when the wave will switch, which makes all the difference in […]
Before SURF GATE came along, most people pretty much only surfed frontside because it was such a pain to move the weight around. That changed with the first generation of SURF GATE, because it was quick and easy to switch sides of the wave with a button. Now, my 2014 Malibu Wakesetter 23 LSV is […]
Is your wakesurfing getting stale? No worries, because we’re here to expand your horizons. We talked to Malibu riders Brian Grubb, Chad Sharpe and Cobe Mikacich to get their tips on the top five things you should try on a wakesurfer this summer. Try Transfers With SURF GATE, it’s really fun to try wake transfers. […]
Wakesurfing is one of the funnest things to do behind the boat, but you can look like a kook pretty quick if you don’t add in a little style. Malibu’s new SURF GATE lets you create ocean-like waves behind the boat, so it’s high time to bring some more surf style to the lake. Here […]
There are two types of 180 shoves — surface shoves and air shoves — and the motion for the two is very similar. As a result, I’m going to teach you how to do the surface shove first, so you can work up to the air shove and if you’re really ambitious eventually taking it […]
Cobe Micacich, head coach at Freedom Wake Park, shares his foolproof tips to master wakesurf 360s.
Malibu Boats rider Brian Grubb shares his formula for boosting huge wakesurf airs on both sides of his Malibu Wakesetter with the new SURF GATE.
Completing Your First Frontside Air is Easier Than You Think One of the first things every wakesurfer wants to do after learning how to ride the wave consistently is boost big frontside airs. Fear not — with a few quick tips, you’ll be launching of the lip in no time. It all starts with […]
In this water ski how to, find out how to find the sweet spot on wakesurf board. Building the Sweet Spot Before you can find the wake’s sweet spot, you need to make sure you have a sweet spot. If you’re wakesurfing behind a direct drive ski boat, you should be shooting for a smooth […]
Weighting your boat It is very important that one weights their boat correctly if they expect to wakesurf and actually stay on the wake after throwing the rope. Here are four things to keep in mind: Remember, your boat needs around 1,800 pounds of extra weight on top of the stock ballast you already have […]