©  2016, Pipeline Surf Club
Pipeline Surf Club At Kings Island

Welcome

“life is like a wave. You can’t change the way it breaks, but you can

change the way you ride it.” 

The Pipeline Surf Club is a group of nearly 200 surfers ages 12 - 79 who meet at Soak City - part of Kings Island in Mason, Ohio.  As a premier water park, Soak City has three WAVE LOCH flowriders.   Check out the Premier Water Parks tab above!         As you explore our web site, be sure to click on the photographs to see an enlarged view.  Enable pop-ups for the full effect.  Webmaster:  Email mike@tmflick.net  

What is Flowboarding?

Flowboarding is an alternative boardsport incorporating elements of both surfing and bodyboarding,    Surfers  ride on artificial waves that are technically called sheet waves and  generated by powerful pumps that project a shallow layer of water at speeds ranging from 20 MPH to 30 MPH.  The result is a stationary wave with water flowing up and over surfaces engineered to replicate ocean waves.    Riders use the energy from the water to gain speed and perform complex tricks and turns.

How do I learn to Ride?

Start by getting in line!  Watch riders who are accomplished paying close attention to their body and hand position on the board.  To not get washed out, you must be agressive with the board.  But don’t get discouraged if you wash out a few times - every experienced rider did that as a beginner.     Talk to the experienced riders for pointers.  Most members of the Pipeline Surf Club will be happy to get to know you and help you learn the sport.    A side benefit is that flowboarding is great caridovascular exercise - it is good for you!
©  2016, Pipeline Surf Club
Pipeline At Kings Island

Welcome

“life is like a wave. You can’t change the way it

breaks, but you can change the way you ride

it.” 

The Pipeline Surf Club is a group of nearly 200 surfers ages 12 - 79 who meet at Soak City - part of Kings Island in Mason, Ohio.  As a premier water park, Soak City has three WAVE LOCH flowriders.   Check out the Premier Water Parks  tab above!         As you explore our web site, be sure to click on the photographs to see an enlarged view.  Enable pop-ups for the full effect.  Webmaster:  Email mike@tmflick.net  

What is Flowboarding?

Flowboarding is an alternative boardsport incorporating elements of both surfing and bodyboarding,    Surfers  ride on artificial waves that are technically called sheet waves and  generated by powerful pumps that project a shallow layer of water at speeds ranging from 20 MPH to 30 MPH.  The result is a stationary wave with water flowing up and over surfaces engineered to replicate ocean waves.    Riders use the energy from the water to gain speed and perform complex tricks and turns.

How do I learn to Ride?

Start by getting in line!  Watch riders who are accomplished paying close attention to their body and hand position on the board.  To not get washed out, you must be agressive with the board.  But don’t get discouraged if you wash out a few times - every experienced rider did that as a beginner.     Talk to the experienced riders for pointers.  Most members of the Pipeline Surf Club will be happy to get to know you and help you learn the sport.    A side benefit is that flowboarding is great caridovascular exercise - it is good for you!