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Comments Off on How to BackMobe – Wakeboarding

Hope you enjoy this tutorial and that you find it helpful if you’re trying a back mobe. Also, if you’re looking for online coaching, hit up . It’s pretty cool and could help your riding loads. Thanks again, David

Comments Off on Skateboarding in Dublin
23 November 2017

Skateboarding in Dublin

As it’s too cold to ride here in Ireland I thought it would be a fun idea to go down to my local skatepark and film a little video. It’s my first time skating in ages! I hope you enjoy it and thanks for watching.

Comments Off on How to Wakeboard – Lesson 2, Attempting Obstacles

The progression chain continues. Hope this helps you with your wakeboarding!

Comments Off on My Favourite New Grab
19 November 2017

My Favourite New Grab

Best ever week at Sidewake! Check them out on

Comments Off on Two types of people in this world….

A wise man once told me…
There are two types of people in this world.
1. Those who pee in their wetsuits.
2. Those who say they don’t pee in their wetsuits, but actually do.
Thankfully I’m neither 🤘🏻

Comments Off on Back riding after my injury…..

So my back issn’t quite 100%, but I couldn’t resist going for a little chilled set, thankfully it didn’t hurt at all, but I’m still going to take it easy for a few more days!

Comments Off on Back injury wakeboarding……

Such a shame! My ride was going so well and the footage is sick but unfortunately I picked up a small back injury trying to step it up. Fingers crossed for a speedy recovery.

Comments Off on Boat Wakeboarding in Portugal at Sidewake

Hope you enjoy the video, and for anyone who’s interested, this is where I am

Comments Off on Wakeboarding at Sidewake in Portugal

Woke up at 3.30 am, it wasn’t easy, but 100% worth it to go for a shred here at Sidewake Wake & Surf Academy in Portugal! 🤘🏻🤘🏻

Comments Off on How much can you learn Wakeboarding in 1 season?

Alex has come on a million miles this year, and so I though he would be the perfect example to show you how much you can learn in a season and I hope this helps some people.