What Is Flowboarding

Flowboarding is a hybrid boardsport, which has been evolving since the 1980’s. The sport combines the progression, maneuvers, and skills from the core action sports of skateboarding, surfing and snowboarding and to a lessor extent, wakeboarding and skimboarding. These boardsports have a strong influence on flowboarding’s direction, style, and energy. Amateur to top professional action sports athletes find flowboarding to be one more pumping board sport to fix their adrenaline needs, as well as an epic cross-over sport.  

 

Imagine not having to wait for swells or perfect surf conditions--not having to wait in a lift line or for a winter storm to cover your mountain. And, one of the best benefits - there’s no more cement to cause the dreaded “road-rash.”  Wave Loch’s FlowRider® provides an endless ride with the ability for athletes to perform a variety of skate tricks and carves.   

 

The disciplines of flowboarding include stand-up riding and bodyboarding. While the core followers may be 13-29 years old, there are rippers of all ages world-wide.  It is truly a versatile sport for all ages that can meet the diverse needs of each of its participants.  While some of the more advanced riders are driven by adrenaline and trick progression, others find enjoyment in a ride grounded in exercise.  From a kickflip to a rodeo flip, flowboarding is quickly progressing and gaining traction around the globe.