WWA Rider Experience Heads to Lake Las Vegas


Source: WWA




The 2016 Malibu WWA Rider Experience Launches on the West Coast at Lake Las Vegas, where the glitz and glamour from the Vegas strip transforms to the water in Henderson, Nevada on May 13-15. The three-day event will serve as the industry leader in hosting elite athletes in amateur competition, as well as an educational opportunity for riders competing at any level to learn from the best in the sport. Malibu’s WWA Rider Experience will coincide as the West Regional Championship to qualify riders for the 2016 WWA Wakeboard National Championship.

The Rider Experience is a family oriented event that provides plenty of excitement throughout the weekend, such as Freeride Friday, Judge’s Experience, and the chance to surf behind Malibu’s Wakesetter on Surf Gate Sunday. Last year’s Rider Experience West in Canyon Lake, Arizona witnessed more than 50 riders on hand to showcase their skills throughout the weekend, which included Australia’s Nic Rapa claiming the win in Jr. Pro Men and USA’s Alyssa Williams in the Junior Women’s division.

For 2016, Malibu WWA Rider Experience West will host the second Malibu WWA Pro Card Qualifier, which qualifies riders for the WWA World Rankings and the right to compete at all WWA professional contests for the 2016 season.

Location:
May 13-15, 2016
Lake Las Vegas
Henderson, Nevada

Host Hotel:
Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa

1610 Lake Las Vegas Parkway
Henderson, Nevada. 89011
(702) 567-4700

Daily Schedule

Friday, May 13
9am – 3pm: Sign in and Onsite Registration
9:30am – 4:30pm: Freeride Friday
12pm – 1pm: Judge’s Experience

Saturday, May 14
9am – 9:30am: Late Sign in and Registration
9:45am: Riders Meeting
10am: WWA Regional Championships & Social Function to Follow

Sunday, May 15
10am – 2pm: Wakesurf Experience Sign in and Onsite Registration
10am – 4pm: Wakesurf Experience

*Subject to change based on number of entries

Registration for the 2016 WWA Rider Experience & Pro Card Qualifier at Lake Las Vegas is now open for riders to sign up.

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