Articles Tagged: nick ennen
- Just because it is cooling off a touch, doesn't mean that there isn't some great riding to do. Take the example from Bellingham, WA ripper Brenden Leib and enjoy the glassy, less populated waterways that September and October can offer.
- Watch Ben Horan, Nick Ennen, Kyle Walton and Vinny Knapp winch their way through Alabama in the latest episode of Fuel.tv's wakeboarding videos, Agua Please.
- Watch Danny Harf, Aaron Rathy, Shane Bonifay, Jimmy LaRiche, Phillip Soven, Kevin Henshaw and Mikey and Nick Ennen go for broke in the latest episode of Fuel.tv's wakeboarding video series, Agua Please.
- Watch Bob Soven, Kevin Henshaw, Collin Harrington, Mikey Ennen, Nick Ennen and more session the San Juan Islands in fuel.tv's latest Agua Please wakeboarding video. The crew tests the limits of their MB Sports F21 Tomcat on the open sea and their own endurance in the frigid 50-degree waters of the Pacific Ocean...
- Watch Nick Ennen doing some more picturesque winching — his time shredding a more-than-20-foot gap over a spillway in Washington's North Cascade Mountains.
- Watch wakeboarders Mike Ennen, Nick Ennen and Bob Soven as well as wakeskater Kyle Walton do some more natural terrain shredding in the second episode of Fuel.tv's new wake series, Agua Please. The quartet explore the waterfalls and felled trees of Washington's Whatcom Falls, which were made famous by Nick Ennen's tail grab down the 20-foot falls on the cover of TransWorld WAKEBOARDING's December 2008 issue.
- Watch Nick Ennen winch the rushing waters and gnarly rock formations of Washington's Skykomish River Falls for the first episode of Fuel.tv's new wake series, Agua Please.
- Watch Mike Ennen and Nick Ennen shred the new MB Sports F21 Tomcat wakeboard boat.
- Take a look back at the year that was in wakeboarding and wakeskating with the final installment of our Best Photos of 2009 series. See Trevor Hansen shred a handrail, Chad Sharpe boost over an enormous step-up gap, and Parks Bonifay make like a rock star in front of a crowd of thousands...