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Shredtown Jamboree Day 1 – Best Trick Park

Day one of the Shredtown Jamboree – Best Trick Park

How awesome is this set up!  We’ve been seeing photos for days and now we finally have video from the first day of the Shredtown Jamboree.  What do you get when you mix the worlds best rail riders and some of the most unique built features?  We can’t wait to see more!  The Shredtown Jamboree started out with a bang on day 1 as riders had their first sessions in the System 2.0 park getting to know the setup and dialing in their lines. As voted by the athletes, Dom Hernler, James Windsor, Oli Derome and Raph Derome were chosen for the evening showdown as they battled it out for the best trick award.

Feast your eyes on Best Trick Park.

Stay tuned for Day Two of the event and make sure to follow Shredtown, Slingshot, and Us on social media! Read More >

The Next Evolution in 2.0

Our good friend and Team Rider – Quinn Silvernale posted this gem of a instagram post recently and it really got us going.  See the System 2.0 is at the forward movement in progressive wake right now.  The System 2.0 is somewhat inexpensive and can be set up literally anywhere you choose.  After seeing this video it will have you saying “Checkout this System 2.OH MY GOD DID YOU SEE THIS”.  The multi pool and gaps in this video show that something big….really big is about to go down this year!

We are really stoked for what Quinn has going on at his new full cable at Valdosta Wake Compound and you are most defiantly going to see us there soon!  Come join us!

A video posted by q_silvernale (@q_silvernale) on Read More >

Fox Spine and Swine In Progress

The Fox Spine and Swine, an invite only pro event at Reed Hanson’s house, is going on as I type out these words.  Yesterday saw an open Jam Session on the crazy 60 ft. floating Fox Spine Rail pulled by the Sesitec System 2.0
Today is all about the Pro Game of W8K & SK8.

Being that this event is currently in progress, there isn’t a whole lot of information out there as to who is pulling what, etc….and we certainly don’t know who the winners of the Pro Game of W8K and SK8 are, but I can tell you that the Fox Spine Rail is pretty serious.  According to Alliance, this monster is constructed out of close to 3,000, 130 two-by-fours, 30 sheets of plywood, 25 two-by-tens, and 36 sheets of PVC…and it took a solid week of hard labor before construction was complete and the spine was anchored. Read More >

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