Riding Tips


Building a PWC to Win - Drag & Closed Course Racing with Troy Snyder

Is it possible to set up a personal watercraft for both drag racing and closed course and remain competitive in both schools? If not, what’s needed to be competitive in either genres? And, what are the outlying differences between either setups? These questions served as the perimeters...


How to Race in The Ocean With Aqsa Aswar

The true equalizer of talent and skill among professional personal watercraft (PWC) racers has got to be the open oceans. The unpredictability of the ocean has bested seafaring men for millennia, and today’s high horsepower jet racers are no different. The fastest ski or the most high...


Troy Snyder: How to Corner

Being fast on the racecourse isn’t just about having the most powerful watercraft out on the water. A lot of speed and precious time can be lost (or gained) in the corners. Executing a flawless corner around a buoy can make or break a race, so knowing what it takes to make a turn and even...


Cody Hawkins: How to Holeshot

Sometimes we forget the little things. Sometimes the little things may be what win us the race. Those little things don’t seem so little when we find ourselves at the back of the pack headed into the first turn at 80-plus-mph. So what makes someone a better starter than the guy next...


How to Pass With Erminio Iantosca

Safe racing is fast racing, particularly when considering a collision can result in either serious injury to you, your ski, the other racer, or in the least bit, a disqualification from the event. At no point is "rubbin' is racin" a good idea. Even the slightest of contacts can slow...