Author: Melissa Kurtin

My Favourite 48 – A Diary of Adventures at CWC

written by: Kirby Kostuk Enter the next 48, or more specifically, my favorite 48 hours that went down since we last talked. We have finally settled into this little slice of paradise, and the first impression was no less positive than the ones that would follow. I did my homework before I came here, trying to find every little bit of information available on what to expect, but no review came close to properly portraying the calming atmosphere that CWC provides on a daily basis. It’s difficult to imagine why the reviews vary on such a grand scale –...

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Canadian Takeover – Valdosa

Story and photos: Erika Langman April is always such a drab month up in the Northernly world of Collingwood. The entertainment of spring slush laps comes to an end, yet winter still loves to show its bitter face teasing us with snowfalls which were very much needed two months ago. Other than my birthday, it is the one month that kinda just sucks. Hence why I make it a habit to disappear every year to somewhere south of the border where I can get some much needed rays of sunshine. This year it just so happened I didn’t have...

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Generation Next: Cameron Spalding

Cameron Spalding is a 10 year old shredder from Ontario, Canada. Here’s how Cameron spends his summer off snow, riding sideways and always having fun! This video was filmed at Fluid Wake Academy on Belmont Lake & What Wake Park in Bala by Todd Spalding. Thanks to Cottage Toys, Ronix Wakeboards, Oakley Canada, Cott Agencies, Quiksilver, Pride Marine Group, Nautique Boats, Arcade Belts and Sandbox Helmets for their support! Cameron Spalding Wake Edit 2015 from Josh Mac Media on Vimeo....

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Treeflip Media at Boardparks

Local Quebec riders – Sam Gagnon, Etienne Côté, Nic Marcoux and Alex Trudel spent their summer riding and prepping Boardparks at Princeville Wake Park. Check out their edit from last season.   TreeFlipMedia @ BOARDPARKS #1 from jeffbernier on Vimeo....

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The First 48

If you’ve not heard of Camsur Watersports Complex (CWC) you’ve been living under a rock. As the Canadian season is estentially 4-5 months, at one point or another most of the Canadian riders have spent at least a winter at CWC. It is a home away from home, an oasis to those who just want to ride. You’ll meet fellow wakeboarders from all over the world, and get to spend 13 hours a day enjoying the sun and wakeboarding. While we’ve all either experienced or added it to our bucket list, there is a a lot of knowledge and insider...

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