For all of those who have had the experience of booking a lesson, whether it be at a sports club, gym or a music lesson there is a certain amount of trepidation as that first class looms closer. Will I like the class? Will I get on with the people on the course? Will I be able to do what is asked of me by the coach or teacher?
Undoubtedly you will reach a point in your wakeboarding career where you are keen to get out and start hitting the plastic features at the Lagoon Watersports cable wake park. This can be quite a daunting prospect at first but with the right instructor and practice anybody can get to this level.
So, you have completed your Learn to Wakeboard lesson and are keen to keep building on your newly acquired skill set. What’s next? There are a couple of options you can take at this point depending on how well your first lesson went.
BOOM, air tricks…They look great and feel even better. They can be thrown on a Full Cable, System 2.0 or behind a boat. It’s great to have a couple tucked away in the repertoire to wow the crowds. But how do you go about learning them?
If you regularly partake in activities on the lagoon or have just driven past, there is one feature that is impossible to ignore. This is the System 2.0 Wakeboard set up on the lagoon. With 3 separate cable tows and numerous sliders for the avid wakeboarders to ride it is the biggest System 2.0 Wake Park in England. But how did it all start?
You’ve arrived in the incredible city of Brighton and have heard that it has its own wake park. You are keen to give it a go but don’t know where it is or what set up they have. The wake park is located at the West end of Hove. Right on the seafront and next to the famous millionaires row with residents such as Adele, David Walliams, Fatboy Slim and Zoe Ball.
There are a whole host of options for maximising your time on the water. Each one of these options has been introduced to cater for people in different situations. The simplest option for continuation is booking on to a Wakeboard Ride Session. This is an hour long session with four riders and it is a great opportunity for self development and to give you time to work on your own riding style. All kit is provided including impact vests, bindings, helmet, wetsuit and of course the wakeboard.
Lagoon Watersports Rail Jam July 25th Round 4 of the Lagoon rail jam was eventful to say the least. Practise started and soon came to a halt after the Step up rail decided to go for a walk across the park, back in place [...]
Lagoon Watersports Wakeboard June 27th Rail Jam Another fine day for a Wake Jam, 2:30 ticked round and riders began to show up in good numbers. A good turnout for the Juniors this month in both the open and rookies. A new and very [...]
First off, a massive thank you to everyone who entered or came to watch the competition on Saturday you all made it a great day ! Again we were super lucky with the weather holding off after wrestling with the sliders the night before [...]
Lagoon Watersports is pleased to announce that we have partnered up with local kite school BEKS Brighton. Kitesurfing is a great sport. Lagoon Watersports opened and closed one of the first kite schools in the country. We quickly learned Hove beach is not the ideal [...]
Saturday 25th April - Rail Jam No.1 Our first monthly rail jam was a great success, with a small but enthusiastic turnout. The practice laps kicked off at 1pm just as the weather brightened up and the riders warmed up to the new park [...]