09 Mar Thai Wake Park 2017 | Matt Branston
After one month spent in Thailand, Matt Branston came back with this edit filmed at
Thai Wake Park
“Our aim at THAI WAKE PARK was to design a Cable Wakepark that would give riders of all levels the opportunity to try the great sport of cable wakeboarding and wakeskating. We here at THAI WAKE PARK remember how daunting the first few experiences are on the cable so we’ve constructed the cable to progress riders from their first few steps, to where ever their abilities and imagination will take them!
We know that every sport comes with some discomforts, so we here at THAI WAKE PARK have tried eliminating as many of the discomforts that come with wakeboarding and wakeskating.
Having a hard time turning corners? We all know how difficult and frustrating this little part can be! Our cableway is a 5-tower Rixen system that will make turning a breeze! It runs counter clockwise and has the ideal cable height and tension for wakeboarding and wakeskating.
Don’t like choppy water? We’ve placed an island in the middle of the water to create a smoother water surface so you can pull those surface tricks with ease, also allowing for beginners to progress faster.
Hate those long walks back to the start dock after falling? Well we have a pick up service around the lake so that we can drive you and your board, back to the start dock. Letting you enjoy more time riding on the water, not walking around the lake.”