May
23
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on May-23-2016



 
May
13
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on May-13-2016

Show valid college ID and receive 20% OFF ride time on Friday ONLY. You must ask for discount before you ride at time of purchase.



 
May
10
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on May-10-2016

Revolution Cable Park Summer Session contest series is back for 2016. We are running our contest on Thursday evenings from 5-8pm. During this time we are CLOSED for public riding but spectators are encouraged and welcome. The dates are
June 9
June 16
June 23
June 30
July 14
July 21

2016 National Points Chase Series to Merge With the Nautique WWA Wake Park National Championships Presented by Rockstar

The 2016 Nautique Wake Park National Championships presented by Rockstar will be held at the Orlando Watersports Complex (OWC) August 4-7.
The most compelling features of the two events will be combined to create a true national wake park competition for athletes across the United States. In order to compete at this event, riders will need to earn a spot at their local home park qualifier. Similar to years past, the top five riders from each division at each park will earn a spot to compete for a national title. Pro divisions will allow for athletes to qualify through their local wake park or in a pre-qualifying round held at the championship event. For 2016, all riders must qualify in order to be eligible for a title.

DIVISIONS: (Age as of Jan 1st)
Features Only:
1. Open/Pro Women
(The top 5 women from each park will get to choose between open or professional at the championship event.)
2. Masters (30+)
3. Open Men (19-29)
4. Junior Men (15-18)
5. Boys (10-14)
6. Groms (9 & Under)
7. Professional Men
(Riders may compete in both their age division and professional at the weeky events but will have to declare one single division for the championship event.)

Traditional Cable:
1. Beginner Wakeboard
2. Amateur Wakeskate
3. Novice Wakeboard
4. Intermediate Wakeboard
5. Advanced Wakeboard
6. Professional Wakeskate
7. Professional Wakeboard

DIVISION SCORING:
Features Only:
Dependent on Park

Traditional Cable:
Beg. Wakeboard: 50% Sliders / 30% Kickers / 10% Ollie Tricks / 10% Composition
Am. Wakeskate: 35% Sliders / 35% Kickers / 20% FlatsTricks / 10% Composition
Nov. Wakeboard: 40% Sliders / 40% Kickers / 10% Ollie & Air Tricks / 10% Composition
Int. Wakeboard: 35% Sliders / 35% Kickers / 20% Ollie & Air Tricks / 10% Composition
Pro Wakeskate & Adv and Pro Wakeboard 30% Sliders / 30% Kickers / 30% Air Tricks / 10% Composition

FORMAT:
Features Only:
Each week the park will choose ONE different feature fitting into
1. Rail/Transfer Left
2. Rail/Transfer Right
3. Kicker Left
4. Kicker Right
The riders will be given multiple attempts (two or three) on one single chosen feature for that week and then ranked by best trick completed. At most parks each rider will go taking all three attempts before the next rider leaves the dock. If the rider falls he or she will be picked up by the cable system as allowed by the park. After four weeks of competitions, each area will be covered and the riders overall ranking will be decided by their top three scores.

Traditional Cable:
Each rider will get two turns. The rider’s run will begin when he or she leaves the dock and will continue until he or she falls, or the carrier reaches tower one a second time. This means the rider gets a full lap and an extra pass on the first stretch. (This may vary from site to site due to size of the cable, at TSR the run ends after the rails in stretch one, at BSR the end is after the kickers) The rider must let go before tower one. We will go through the running order and then return to the first rider and go through the complete order a second time. The judges will choose the riders best run and discard the other completely. All divisions EXCEPT beginner & amateur wakeskate will get a wildcard. The wildcard is one extra trick that will be added to the riders best run. The wildcard trick should be done immediately following the riders second turn if he or she does not fall. Just remain riding and perform your wildcard where appropriate. If the rider falls on their second run they should immediately return to the starting dock to get their wildcard turn. While on your wildcard lap ONLY do the single wildcard trick or the judges may score the wrong trick. The same trick will not be scored twice in the same run but can be repeated in the second run since the judges will be taking the best turn not a combination of the two.

TRICK LIMITATIONS:
Features Only: No Restrictions

Traditional Cable:
Beginner Wakeboard:
Kickers: Spins – Front Side 180s Only, Add some style! No Inverts
Air Tricks: No Air tricks, Ollie 180 front side and backside and slaeshing
Rails: Judges Discretion (No Transfers)
No WildCard (May be added at Championship)

Amateur Wakeskate:
Kickers: Spins – Frontside 180′s, HS & TS Airs (NO: BS spins or FS 360 or more, no shuv or flip tricks off)
Flats Tricks: Shuv FS & BS, 180 body varials, 180′s fs & bs (NO: 360 shuv, Big Spins & Flip Tricks)
Rails: Riding them, spins up to 360 on them, 1 shuv either off or on top of, not onto the box or rail. (NO: Everything else)
No WildCard (May be added at Championship)

Novice Wakeboard:
Kickers: Spins – Front Side 360s and backside 180s Only. One Basic Invert allowed in Run
Air Tricks: Ollie 180 and 360 both front side and backside. One Air Trick (Only: Railey, Roll, Roll to Revert or Krypt) can be done in the run.
Rails: Judges Discretion
WildCard: Intermediate Run Restrictions

Intermediate Wakeboard:
Kickers: Spins – Front Side 540s and backside 360s Only. All Basic Inverts allowed in Run (No 360 Inverts or blind landing inverts)
Air Tricks: Basic Air tricks, No Blind Landing Tricks or mobes. (S-Bends & Vulcans are allowed)
Rails: Judges Discretion
WildCard: Advanced Run Restrictions

Advanced Wakeboard:
Kickers: Spins – Front Side 720s and backside 540s Only. All Basic Inverts, basic blind tricks and 360 inverts without a handle pass are allowed in Run (No handle pass 360 Inverts)
Air Tricks: Basic Air tricks, Blind Landing Tricks allowed. HS Mobes are only full twisting invert allowed in run. (S-toBlinds are allowed)
Rails: Judges Discretion
WildCard: No Restrictions

Professional Wakeskate & Wakeboard:
No Restrictions



 
May
01
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on May-1-2016



 
Mar
30
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on March-30-2016

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Mar
19
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on March-19-2016

Ladies receive 1/2 OFF ride time on Thursday’s only. No discount on any gear. Must ask for Ladies Day special prior to ending the transaction. No refunds are given after purchase.



 
Sep
09
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on September-9-2015

Starting March 16th. Hours of operation are Wednesday – Friday 1-7 Saturday – Sunday 12-7



 
Jan
01
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on January-1-2014

It’s the start of the 2016 season and this means EVERYONE needs to sign a new waiver. If you are under 18 you still need a parent to sign the waiver. Waiver can be downloaded from our website at revolutioncable.com under the Do’s and Don’ts tab. Or you can fill out and sign one here at Revolution Cable Park. Thanks



 
May
02
Posted (Nick DiMasi) in Uncategorized on May-2-2013