Austin Pratt pressing out on the rooftop rail at TSR

The first day of the second stop of the Wake Park Triple Crown at Texas Ski Ranch went off Friday with some of the best cable riding in the world. TSR’s setup proved to be a perfect mix of technical rails and big air kickers. The riders who made it through from the quarterfinals to the semifinals were a mix of traditional cable riders to riders more known for their boat prowess. All day long at TSR’s world class park hammers were thrown down by riders from the amateur division all the way up to the pro division. As has been the case with past women’s contests, the ladies came out in force to TSR and put down some extremely stylish lines in the contest leading up to the final round. Of course, the top men are there battling for the title, as well, including local hero and King, Tom Fooshee. If you’re around New Braunfels, TX on Saturday be sure to come to the Texas Ski Ranch and check out the final rounds of the second stop of the WPTC. You are sure to see some of the best park riding in the world and have an awesome time doing it.


Fooshee is stoked to have another stop of the WPTC at his home park of TSR


Courtney Angus doing work on the J-rail


The boys of Shredtown in the house to watch the action


Jade Whirley adding his own signature flare and fun to his run in the quarterfinals


Julien Cohen didn’t want to let go… otherwise he would have had to run back to the start dock to get back in the mix


Chad Worral and Brian Reeder


TSR isn’t a bad place to hang out on a Friday afternoon


Graeme Burress signature front board tail on the TSR rooftop rail



The plan for a nice little Saturday of WPTC competition at TSR