After the Malibu Open in late June of last season, HO switched gears from buoys to the boundless waters of Lake Powell. With the imminent release of the team’s new Freeride Series skis, team skiers Nick Adams, Zane Nicholson and Marcus Brown spent the week reconnecting with the open-water carving that got them hooked on the sport.
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At 20 feet in length and 96 inches in width, the new ProStar is slightly larger, yet lighter, than its predecessor – the 190 / 197. However its world record capable performance, unparalleled functionality and its progressive appearance have no match.
Listen to Marcus Brown’s take on the free ski movement, and see how HO’s new Freeride can benefit your skiing.
The days of skiing being constrained to private locations, pristine conditions, and behind select watercrafts is over. The HO Freeeride was designed to be rode virtually anywhere, anytime, behind anything, and with any style.
Lake Powell’s name conjures images of adventure-filled days and endless summer nights. An unspeakably beautiful body of water that straddles the Arizona-Utah border, Lake Powell actually began with a 1950s dam initiative led by President Eisenhower. The expansive Glen Canyon filled with water as a result of the dam and created a picturesque playground, and our […]
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.
Will Asher, Jon Travers and Marcus Brown ski 36mph, while Bob LaPoint, Greg Badal and Karina Nowlan ski 34mph, but they all like winning tournaments. Meet the all-new 2012 HO Syndicate S2.
Watch your favorite pros in action during Militia’s Sac-Town Gold Rush event, where the top skiers from around the globe battled for a shot at $55,000 in cash at Shortline Lake in Sacramento, CA, June 21-22. The invitation-only event focused on promoting and renewing the spirit of water skiing through athlete commitment and pride. Exact […]
Every year, the American Water Ski Association (AWSA) evaluates a handful of ski boats to determine which models have what it takes to tow the upcoming tournament season. To be considered tournament-worthy, each boat must pass a series of 11 tests and subtests, focusing on factors like power and acceleration, drivability, handling and maneuverability, sound […]