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  • How To Measure Your Hands For Neoprene Gloves

    Neoprene gloves are one of the most important parts of your cold water arsenal. Pair them up with a wetsuit or drysuit and you can extend your season well beyond what you thought was possible.

    Our Neoprene Glove sizing chart is designed to take the guess work out of purchasing O'Neill gloves online. All you need is a piece of string or a cloth tape measure and you can easily find out what size will work best for you.

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  • Tech Tuesday #18: Skylon Wakeboard and Wakesurf Tower Rack Sizing

    Wakeboard Rack Tech Tuesday

    Wakeboard and Wakesurf tower racks are a great option for boaters that want to keep their gear off the seats and floor of their boat. The benefit to having tower racks is twofold. The first benefit is that tower racks free up extra seating and storage space in your boat and the second benefit is that it protects your board from getting damaged by a wayward foot or closing compartment. Continue reading

  • Liquid Force Rider Reactions | Bob Soven Interview

    Bob Soven WakeMAKERS Interview

    Bob Soven took some time out of his busy schedule to chat with us about life, shampoo, and his 2014 Pro Model Board from Liquid Force.

    (WM) Where are you right now? And what are your travel plans for Spring 2014?
    (BS) I’m in my rarest of locations…home. I head to Dubai on Saturday then it’s straight into domestic travel.

    Liquid Force BOB Wakeboard 2014

    (WM) Why the 5-stage rocker on your 2014 BOB and BOB Hybrid? What are the main advantages of a 5-stage rocker compared to a 3-stage or continuous board?
    (BS) The 5-stage rocker allows us to put more rocker into the board without having the abrupt 3-stage feel. The B.O.B. goes P.O.P. !

    (WM) What do you like about your Open-Toe’d B One? Most higher end pro model bindings are closed-toe?

    (BS) My open toe binding is actually based off of closed toe technology; allowing your toes to help control your edge. So, we took that philosophy and ran with it. Cutting off the front part of a closed toe binding and adding the strap above the toes was the most advantageous route for increasing toe control. I like to call it the open closed toe.

    Liquid Force B-One Wakeboard Bindings 2014

    (WM) Who’s the funniest pro wakeboarder you’ve ever taken a trip with?
    (BS) James Balzer. Hands down, the man is outrageous.

    (WM) Shampoo or Shampoo and Conditioner?
    (BS) If hygiene and dandruff weren’t a factor, I would only use conditioner. It does wonders for my curls.  

    (WM) Is risky dancing still a priority for you?
    (BS) Ha. Not at all, sorry guys.

    (WM) Now that you’ve become a ROTY, how do you top that?
    (BS) I don’t, I just ride this out.

    (WM) Are you going to ride more boat or cable this year? Do you see wakeboarding going in the direction of obstacles and cable and further away from boat riding? if so, why?
     (BS) I see both aspects of the sport sticking it out for the long haul. I don’t necessarily prioritize or separate my boat and cable riding; it’s all just wakeboarding to me.

    (WM) What’s your power animal?
    (BS) Solar Bear

    (WM) What’s your favorite Monster Energy Flavor?
    (BS) OG baby!

    (WM) Any Shoutouts?
    (BS) Topanga!!!!!!!



  • Liquid Force Rider Reactions | Tom Fooshee

    (WakeMAKERS) What’s the funniest mispronunciation of your last name?

    (Tom Fooshee) This one happens a lot and usually from a telemarketer. They will call and ask for Tom “Sushea”. Almost like a different way to say sushi. It never gets old.

    (WM) Best contest you’ve ever been a part of and why?

    (TF) I would have to say one of two events. First being Cablestock because of  how much involvement I have with that event. Seeing it go from discussions at a conference table to what it is, is really rad. The other would be Wake Open. Pat Panakos and crew put in a ridiculous amount of work for us riders to have a great time. Plus all the media exposure that goes into it also helps. They are both incredible events!

    Buy the 2014 Liquid Force Super Trip(WM) You switched over from the LF Tex in 2013 to the LF Super Trip in 2014. What are the biggest differences between those boards? Do you use it strictly for cable or are we going to see you riding behind your Axis on the Super Trip?

    (TF) I have been riding the Liquid Force Fusion behind the boat, but I do often mix it up and ride the Liquid Force Super Trip behind the boat too. It is the best flex board out for both boat and cable. The trip was such a long time hit and the modern day version of it will have the same effect regardless of where you take it.

    (WM) What Liquid Force Bindings are you rocking this season? What’s your favorite part about them?

    (TF) The Vantage Closed Toe. This binding has the perfect level of flex and maneuverability to it without sacrificing support and function. Of course my favorite part is the Velcro. We have our bindings so dialed in right now. The Velcro never wears down, its quick and easy and I still have yet to break a pair of bindings.Buy the Liquid Force Vantage CT Wakeboard Bindings

    (WM) How would you describe the 2014 Liquid Force Super Trip in one sentence?

    (TF) The most ridiculously awesome flex board that is easy to ride for all skill levels and can perform amazing presses on the cable while providing great pop behind the boat with soft landings everywhere you boast in the air.

    (WM) What’s the current ballast setup like on your Axis A22? What bags and where do you have them placed?

    (TF) I have the plug and play system courtesy of Straight Line products. So on top of the factory ballast I have two 750’s in each rear compartment, an additional 950 arrow shaped bag that goes through the bow and into the nose which all of that is plumed in. That is an option you can get on any Axis boat. On top of all of that I have a 650 on top of the seats in the nose and a 750 on the floor. So totaling around 5000lbs of ballast and it plains off no problem. Shocking part is that is with the stock base motor. Loving it!

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    (WM) Do you ever use the Surf Gate? If so, what’s your favorite Liquid Force Wakesurfer?

    (TF) I do have surfgate on my 2013 Liquid Force Edition Axis A22 and it has totally revolutionized what this boat can do. Most wakeboard specific boats don’t have the best surf wake, but the Axis A series boats with surfgate make an monstrous surf wave that is very long. It definitely gets used on the weekends when I am at home and the lake is busy. Surfgate is one of the best inventions to ever happen to boats!

    (WM) How do you see wakeboarding progressing over the next few years?

    (TF) We are really on the right track with it right now. Most cable parks being built right now (usually by Sesitec) in the USA are made with the rider in mind. Cable is one portion of the progression of wakeboarding with that you can do with a Sesitec full size system and of course with a system 2.0 too. Unit parktech features are really helping progress with in lake pools, handrails and boosty kickers that are very cable park friendly. That is one direction that the sport will continue to progress in, but the other is what wakes have now become behind the boat. Axis for one has an A24 that is the largest wake I have yet to hit. Bigger boats and larger wakes are really chiming in on what can be done on a wakeboard. Thanks to Axis, riders can actually afford a boat that can produce a wake of this size without hurting your wallet.

    (WM) Who has the best style in Cable wakeboarding right now?

    (TF) Easy does it, Daniel Grant! The kid is unreal! If you follow wake and you haven’t heard of him, then you are living under a rock, so get out and get to a park now!

    Read our Daniel Grant interview>>

    (WM) What young gun should we be looking out for on the tour this season?

    (TF) Even though Daniel is still the youngest gun on the park scene, I am going to throw a different name out there as he is more of a rookie then Daniel. Aaron Gunn came onto the scene this year crushing it! The kid is young and fearless. You will definitely be seeing this name many more times across podiums and photos in the mag.

    (WM) You’ve won a lot of contests, championships and a ROTY so far in your career. Which one stands out as the best?

    (TF) Definitely it being getting AllianceWake Rider of the Year in 2010. This in particular to me is the most coveted award you can be given in wakeboarding. This is something that you don’t get recognized for because you killed it in a contest or are a really good rider in one aspect of riding, this is an award that recognizes you as making the most impact in the sport that year along with progressing the sport and while helping improve the industry in general.

    Tom-Fooshee-Interview Tom getting ready to take the 2014 Liquid Force Fusion for a spin behind an Axis.

    (WM) Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

    (TF) Hopefully still working in the industry. If I am not riding, then I better be repping Liquid Force, improving Texas Ski Ranch as an employee and anything I can to help produce more cable parks and boat sales in the US.

    (WM) What’s your power animal?

    (TF) I’m going to go with a giraffe, I would love to know how it feels to be tall.

    (WM) What’s your favorite Monster Energy Drink flavor?

    (TF) Rehab pink lemonade! If you like pink lemonade then this is even better. The best before a shred!

    (WM) Any shoutouts?

    (TF) Of course! Aaron Grace, Tony Finn, Don Wallace, Matt Gleason, Jimmy Redmon and the entire crew at Liquid Force. Everyone at Monster Energy and SPY for all you do for wake and myself, Blake Hess and Paul Bialick at Texas Ski Ranch, Nico and Christen von Lerchenfeld at Sesitec, Lani Farmer, Jack Springer and Bryant Thomas at Malibu/Axis, and Johannes and Stefan at Unit Parktech. Thank you all guys for allowing me to live the dream!

    (WM) Where can we find you online?

    Instagram is the best in my opinion, find me there at @TomFooshee


    Twitter: @TomFooshee

  • Tech Tuesday #15: 2014 Liquid Force Harley Wakeboard Bindings

    Tech Tuesday Harley Clifford Binding

    With Harley fresh off his win at the Mastercraft Pro Tour stop in Acworth, GA, we thought it would be the perfect time to give more information about his pro model wakeboard bindings from Liquid Force. Welcome to Tech Tuesday, Harley Clifford style!

    Endorsed by the most consistent boat rider in the world, the 2014 Harley is back and LIGHTER than last years best-selling binding. We are super stoked about Harley's 2014 setup from Liquid Force because it blends value and performance. The bindings themselves retail for $379.99 but when you package it with the Harley wakeboard you save almost $200. In a world of ever-increasing prices the Harley Wakeboard Package is a breath of fresh air. Enough about the pricing, lets dive a little deeper into what makes the Harley Binding so popular year after year.

    Liquid Force created the Harley Binding to fill a need in the pro model wakeboard binding market and give the Aussie sensation his own signature setup. With mid-stiff support and an Impact EVA foam footbed, the Harley is a great binding choice for riders that spend a lot of time behind the boat. The responsive upper and impact foam provide the support you need to go huge behind the boat and with sizes ranging from 4-13+ there's almost a Harley Binding for everyone. The biggest difference between this years model and the 2013 is the overall weight. Liquid Force was able lighten up the 2014 Harley without sacrificing support or build quality.

    Key Techical Specs

    Liquid Force Harley Binding BaseThe Impact EVA footbed is made from a specially designed foam the displaces those high-impact landings that occur when you're riding behind the boat and at the cable park. Heel bruising will quickly become a distant memory.





    Liquid Force Harley Wakeboard Binding LacesThe Zonal Lace System makes it easy to get the perfect fit by giving you the option to tighten and loosen "zones" according to the shape and structure of your foot. Two different lace tensioners (one for the lower foot and one for the ankle area) allow you to quickly adjust the the full lacing system.




    2014 Liquid Force Harley Wakeboard Binding


    The IPX Chassis gives you amazing board feel and control by placing your feet right next to the deck. Long gone are the days of having 2-3" of foam between your foot and the wakeboard.









    If you have any additional questions about the Liquid Force Harley Wakeboard Bindings, please feel free to give us a call at 888-338-6085

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  • Liquid Force Rider Reactions | Shane Bonifay Interview


    Shane Bonifay Interview

    Shane Bonifay was nice enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to chat about his new bloodhound, contest schedule, and the 2014 Shane from Liquid Force. Stay tuned for more Rider Reactions Series where we interview Liquid Force Pro Team Members.

    (WakeMAKERS) Where are you right now?

    (Shane Bonifay) At home. Clear Lake, Orlando, Florida on my way to Physical Therapy for my ankle in about 20 mins.

    (WM) Take us through a day-in-the-life of Shane Bonifay circa 2014.

    (SB) Well things can change fast. During the off season it's usually golf with Parks, Marc, Danny or Jimmy and snowboard trips when they can happen but this off season has sucked it's been spent sitting on the couch and going to Physical Therapy for the left ankle.

    When it gets warm, and I'm not traveling, really just trying to ride with who ever is around. I have been riding OWC a lot and if not there riding with Jimmy behind his G23. Also filming and shooting when the light's right and there's a new rail or setup.

    (WM) What contest are you most excited for this year?

    (SB) I am still figuring out the schedule, but I think FISE in France and the Monster Energy Triple Crown should be some really fun ones. Sucks they are not doing Red Bull Wake Open or Wake The Line this year. As of now at least.

    (WM) We heard you got a new dog recently? How’s that going?

    (SB) It's going awesome he's a bloodhound named blood and he's super chill. Still peeing in the house but I've only had him a week or two so he's learning.

    (WM) Who’s a better wakesurfer? You or Parks?

    (SB) I'm not really the competitive type of wakesurfer. More the soul surfing type. I like to sit down on it, do coffins, laybacks and I like to ride switch a lot. Not 3s or shuv it's. So I'd say Parks

    (WM) How would you describe your 2014 Liquid Force Shane Pro Model wakeboard in one sentence?

    (SB) The shape and graphic are a perfect replica to my personality.

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    (WM) Are you riding more cable or boat these days?

    (SB) I try to ride 50/50 with both but it's probably a little more cable then boat and I am rarely trying to learn new tricks on the boat. My cable riding excelled so much in the last few years and I really have so much fun doing double flips and the contest are more fun.

    (WM) In your opinion, what year Shane Bonifay pro model had the best graphic?

    (SB) Wow that's tough, I really like this years and the first year I did the subject was cool. The cartoon kid on the street corner of pointless and incomplete.

    I had one done by the guys who do lost surf boards and that is awesome. That's the only one I don't have in the collection

    (WM) Who has the best style in wakeboarding right now?

    (SB) Cable:I think maybe Dominik Hernler
    (SB) Boat: I still think Danny Harf is the smoothest.

    (WM) Here’s a scenario for you. You only have 3 spots left on your boat, who would you take with you for a morning glass session?

    (SB) This is hard because I don't get to ride with a lot of different people and I definitely want to go out on the boat with some of the riders I haven't got to but if it's all about having a good time. Any 3 of this group in no certain order. Danny Harf, Jimmy Lariche, Shawn Watson, Erik Ruck or Parks

    (WM) The most underrated wakeboarder right now?

    (SB) There's a lot out there. So many new up and comers but my roommate Cody Hess is amazing, dropping double mobes and his determination alone is crazy.

    (WM) How’s Orlando treating you? Where are your favorite places to ride in the Orlando area?

    (SB) Well some of the time I am out OWC and if not there probably on Clear Lake. Here in another month Kevin Henshaw's permacation park is going to be done and I think I will be out there most of the time.

    (WM) What’s your power animal?

    (SB) I think it's maybe the bald eagle. I know it's not original but I am pretty f------ patriotic

    (WM) What’s your favorite Monster Energy Flavor?

    (SB) They have new flavors ever month but right now I like the rehab drinks. And the Sweet Tea and Lemonade flavor of that one

    (WM) Any Shoutouts?

    (SB) All my sponsors: Liquid Force, Monster Energy, Jetpilot, SPY, Pointless

    (WM) Where can we find you online?

    (SB) Hopefully more places this year, last year sucked for me. I didn't make a web edit and most of the filming didn't do go to any use.
    So hopefully on shanebonifay.com or every other wakeboard website you look at. Like WakeMAKERS.com

    Thanks guys for the question and time to answer them. -Shane

  • New Product Release: O'Neill Slasher Wakeboard Vest

    O'Neill Slasher Comp VestO'Neill Slasher Wakeboard Comp Vest $129.95

    One of the most talked about vests in 2014, the O'Neill Slasher has been making waves in the wake industry all season long. They've been so popular that we haven't been able to keep them in stock and it seems that no one else can either. There's a good reason for that... the Slasher vest is plain awesome! If you've been waiting for a lightweight and flexible front zip vest from O'Neill, the wait is finally over.

    The Slasher is lightweight, buoyant, and quick drying making it a great option for wakeboarding, wakesurfing and waterskiing. The difference between a Slasher or any other O'Neill vest made with Nytrolite Foam and a typical PVC Foam vest is night and day. The front zip design makes putting the Slasher on and taking it off a breeze. When you combine all these features together with O'Neill's signature styling, you get a vest that looks great and feels even better.

    The Slasher has clearly been a team favorite as well with Scott Byerly, Aaron Reed, and Collin Harrington all switching over to the new design.


    Nytrolite Foam Technology

    New for 2014, most of O'Neill's wake vests feature Nytrolite Foam. It's more buoyant, lighter, drier and offers more impact protection than conventional foam found in PFD's. Nytrolite Foam is also available on the redesigned Gooru and Revenge Comp Vest.

    Lets get a little scientific: Nytrolite Foam is constructed from a cross linked polyethylene, which is expanded by Nitrogen... hence the name Nytrolite. It's up to 3x lighter than traditional PVC foam which can make a big difference when you're spending a substantial amount of time on the water. “I couldn’t believe how light these new vests with Nytrolite were.  They practically levitate in mid air!” said Scott Byerly. O'Neill Nytrolite Foam

    Technical Features 

    • Front Zip Design
    • Segmented Foam Core
    • Anatomical Flex Points
    • Strategic Armhole Fit
    • Absorbs 15-20% Less Water Than PVC Foam Vests
    • 3x Lighter Than PVC Foam Vests
    • 100% UltraFlex DS




    O'Neill Men's Wakeboard Vest Sizing

    O'Neill Men's Wakeboard Vest sizing is the same for both USCG Approved and Competition Style Vest like the Slasher.  To obtain the proper vest size, you will need to measure around the widest part of your upper torso, below your arms. *Please note: neoprene does stretch, so 100% accuracy is not necessary. O'Neill Mens Wakeboard Vest Size Chart

  • Liquid Force Rider Reactions | Daniel Grant Interview

    Daniel Grant Rider Reactions Series

    Daniel Grant took some time out of his busy schedule to chat with us about life, gaming, and his favorite Cable Park. He may not be able to drive a car yet, but he's already one of the most talented riders on the planet. Don't forget to enter for a chance to win a Liquid Force Mesh Wet Bag, T-Shirt, and Sticker Pack below.

    (WakeMAKERS) Do you have your drivers license yet?

    (Daniel Grant) No, have to be 18 in Thailand :( .

    (WM) How many air miles have you put in this year?

    (DG) Just checked my Tripit account, it's only February, so not much, 26,000, but I am in Australia and Europe in the next month. Since I started travelling for wakeboarding, (4 years), I have done 44 trips, 638 days, 640,000kms, 87 cities, 25 countries.

    (WM) When did you start wakeboarding?

    (DG) About 8 years ago, I was 8 years old.

    (WM) Wakeskating or Wakeboarding? You can only pick one, Daniel.

    (DG) I cannot pick one. Sometimes I just wakeskate for weeks on end, then get bored so turn to the wakeboard. Or Vice Versa. I would like to win a stop on The Wakeskate Tour though.

    (WM) Bangkok or Phuket?

    (DG) Is that a question? Bangkok of course.

    (WM) Take us through a typical day in the life of Daniel Grant.

    (DG) When home, wake up, grab my motorbike and head to TWP (Thai Wake Park), ride, chill, skateboard, eat, ride. A couple of days a week, I will head to the city, go to the Flow House to ride, skate a bit in the city and hook up with my friends. If it’s a good night, then more chilled the next day (We can game through the night) If I am travelling, which is pretty much 1⁄2 the year, it really depends where I am, but pretty much the same stuff.

    Buy the 2014 Liquid Force Super Trip(WM) What’s your current cable park wakeboard setup? We’ve seen you riding the FLX and Deluxe this year.

    (DG) Since Expo I started on the Liquid Force Super Trip but at the moment with the Liquid Force Deluxe and riding my pro model Deluxe Limited. My full pro-model will be released this year, it will use the TAO name same as my wakeskate (Thai meaning is Turtle) It’s going be something really special ;) 

    (WM) What’s your favorite cable park contest?

    (DG) Definitely King Of Kicker at Thai Wake Park. The competition format is always a bit different every year. We take the good parts of WWA formats but always play around with new ideas. There’s always something special happens in the event.

    (WM) What’s your favorite cable park to ride at in the States and what’s your favorite one in the world?

    (DG) I would say TSR (Texas Ski Ranch) in the U.S.A and of course my home cable, Thai Wake Park is the best. Parks have to have a good vibe, and both those places are awesome.

    (WM) Are we going to see you riding at any boat contests in the near future?

    (DG) If you're lucky! Maybe I will try a few wakeskate comps. Lets see.

    (WM) Who has the best style in Wakeboarding right now?

    (DG) You cannot name one, depends on the format and the event. You see the podium positions are always moving around between riders and there are so many riders that are not competition riders. It’s impossible to name one, but I try to progress my riding of a whole bunch of different riders.

    (WM) Who is the most underrated wakeboarder right now?

    (DG) My buddy at TWP, Im San (A.K.A Chow).

    (WM) Who is the most underrated wakeskater right now?

    (DG) I was going to say Clement (Clement Depremonville) but he’s just got voted skater of the year. Right now I would say James Harrington.

    (WM) What’s your power animal?

    (DG) What does that mean?

    (WM) What’s your favorite Monster Energy Flavor?

    (DG) Monster Energy Javva Coffee, can that be my power animal?

    (WM) Any Shoutouts?

    (DG) For sure, all my sponsors. Liquid Force, Obscura, Monster Energy, Spy Optic, Rip Curl, Thai Wakepark, Razer, Sesitec.

    (WM) Where can we find you online?

    (DG) Yeah my webpage, www.waketao.com. It links also to my facebook, instagram and twitter page.

  • 2014 Ronix Frank Wakeboard Bindings | Tech Tuesday #12

    Tech Tuesday Ronix Frank Bindings

    One of the most popular boots in the Ronix line is back and smellier (in a good way) than ever. The 2014 Ronix Frank Bindings are Adam Errington's signature pro model footwear. Adam likes to ride with a bit of flair and his pro model setup from Ronix is always pushing industry boundaries. A tropical scented tongue and water droplet embossed toes set these wakeboarding boots apart from the rest. If you want to stand out on the waterways this summer, the Ronix Frank bindings can help you assert your individuality and style.

    The Frank bindings have a medium flex and form fit that appeals to a lot of different riders and riding styles. It is truly a "custom-fit" binding without the big price tag of some of the other pro model bindings on the market. When you match the performance with the price tag you get a universal wakeboard binding that's perfect for Intermediate-Advanced riders.

    New for this year, the Double X Lacing System features improved wear resistance and tensile strength. The low friction eyelets give the 2014 Frank the best durability to date and they help increase the life of the binding. The Medium flex and custom fit option make the Frank binding a great choice for cable and boat riding. Ronix Lace Handle system helps you tighten up the bindings and get a snug fit. It also snaps into place and keeps the laces from flapping in the breeze while you're out riding.

    Made from a wakeboard specific last -- the built in J-Bars improve heel-hold down and the Heat Moldable Intuition+ Foam Liners give you the best fit in the industry. The Frank boot offers a lot of similar options and fit the the best-selling Ronix One Series binding on a budget that will leave you some money for Mai Tai's and sunscreen. Frank gives you the pro model performance you want at a price that only the locals can get.

    Binding Technology

     Ballastic NylonThe best wear resistance Ronix has ever produced. This material is applied on the tongue and it's designed to prevent the laces from cutting and long term abrasion, increasing the life of your boot.

     Intuition+ LinerThe most comfortable liners in wakeboarding. Frank's Intuition+ liner is designed to mold to your foot giving you the perfect blend of comfort and control. These liners are designed to pack out less and give you that custom fit Ronix has become famous for. *The Frank is also the least expensive boot in the 2014 line with an Intuition+ liner.

     Baseless HardwareThe original low-profile design from Ronix delivers superior board control and a lightweight foundation.

     Eco InnovationRonix eliminated the use of PVC solvents and replaced them with more expensive and sustainable materials. Friendlier for humans and better for the environment -- we think it's a win-win situation.

    Ridden By Adam ErringtonOne of the best all around riders in the sport, Adam is at home boosting behind the boat and hitting obstacles at the cable park. The medium flex and custom form fit of the Frank boots gives him the option to tweak out his grabs at the cable park, but still gives him the support he needs to hit double-ups behind a Nautique G23.

    Ronix Frank Binding Base

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  • Tyler Higham | 14 Year Old Wakeboarder from Bend, Oregon

    Tyler Higham spends his time between Bend, Oregon (our hometown) and Discovery Bay, California. From the looks of this video, riding with Josh Twelker and the rest of the Discovery Bay crew is paying off -- Tyler has great style and he's only 14!

    Tyler Higham from Alex Glass on Vimeo.

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