Club Wake Park Obstacles
Designed for all levels of wakeboarder
The flat box is one of the most simple but progressive obstacles at Club Wake Park and is a favourite for both beginners and pro riders. It has a mellow enough transition to ride up making it perfect for all levels and but popular for beginners to attempt as a first rail while the more accomplished riders can Ollie onto the Flat box to attempt various presses & spins along the rail.
The Roofop is 60cm wide making it perfect for Pressing and Spinning. The trick variations and possibilities are endless on this rail.
Double Ended Spine Kicker
The Double Ended Kicker has a long smooth transition launching you up into the air with complete control. All stance tricks are possible as you can hit the kicker both directions, Heelside, Toeside, Switch Heelside and Switch Toeside.
Currently the longest flat bar in the country at 22 meters, it is a progressive and challenging obstacle to push your rail riding to the next level. This static obstacle evolves as the season changes getting smaller in high water and higher as the lake falls.
The park’s smallest obstacle but perfect for attempting new spins or for beginners who want to attempt a ramp for the first time. The smooth transition gives the rider small, controlled jumps which are perfect for progressing your tricks to the larger kicker. Similarly to the kicker, it is double ended so you can hit it Heelside, Toeside, Switch Heelside and Switch Toeside.
The Quarter Pipe
The park’s newest and most adventurous obstacle, the Quarter Pipe is big, impressive and a must try for all keen Wake Boarders! Sponsored by our good friends at the Vindis Group (Volkswagen & Audi specialists), this impressive structure sits close to the dock so get your friends and cameras ready to document your achievement!