Wakeboarding is a 30-year-old water sport with roots in water skiing, surfing and snowboarding. During wakeboarding, the driver is held to a board and towed by a motorboat with speeds of around 30 miles per hour. The cyclist will cross the surface of the water and perform wakeboarding tricks behind the boat. Wakeboarding now has several different styles and ramifications, such as knee surfing and wakeboarding.
What is wakeboarding? Wakeboarding is a 30-year-old water sport with origins in both water skiing and surfing and snowboarding.