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在梯田上用滑板冲“浪”?

年前,Brian Grubb 和 Dominik Preisner 觉得在菲律宾的 Banaue 稻米梯田来个滑板活动将会是一个不错的经验。这个地方可是公认的世界奇景之一。

根据 Grubb 的口述:
“这是我第七次来到菲律宾,也是我最引以为荣的活动策划!自从我在1000比索(菲律宾钞票)背面看见这个梯田后,我一直不能忘记想要在这个地方做出一些创举的意愿。虽然它只不过是一张图画,但它看起来似乎是一个完美的景点,一个秀丽的地方。事实证明它是!这整个项目实在是我们和团队的一个真实探险。我们还是无法想象可以在这么特别的地方进行滑板活动!”

Grubb 的口述原文:
“This was my seventh trip to the Philippines, and my biggest project ever! Since I first saw the drawing of these huge rice terraces on the back of the 1000 Peso bill, the idea of having a session there wouldn’t let me go. It was only a drawing but it looked like a perfect winch spot and probably a super scenic location. And it was! The whole project was a real adventure for us and the team. It is still incredible that we were wakeskating at such a fascinating place!”

笔记:
Wakeskating is a water sport and an adaptation of wakeboarding that employs a similar design of board manufactured from maple or from fibreglass. Unlike wakeboarding, the rider is not bound to the board in any way, which gives the sport its own unique challenges.

Respect for the environment was a priority from the beginning of this project! The team has assured that the plants and wildlife have neither been damaged nor disturbed at any time during the project. All agreements have been made together with the locals and under respect of their traditions and culture.

Professional wakeskaters Brian Grubb (USA) and Dominik Preisner (GER) travelled to the Philippines to have an epic winch session at one of the most beautiful spots in the world. The famous rice terraces of Banaue are considered to be the Eighth Wonder of the World and were surely the perfect playground for an unique wakeskate session!

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