2.5 Meters - Dutch wave rider Martin Ten Hoeve presents his latest action movie


29.02.12 - by: Ed Sinclair

2.5 Meters

Dutch wave rider Martin Ten Hoeve presents his latest action movie.

This in the first in a series of Martin Ten Hove (Point-7 / Goya) movies, labelled two and a half meters, as he is the tallest rider on the PWA.

In this episode Ten Hove braves the cold winter water as he was treated to some February wind, allowing him to turn on the action. Having spent all winter testing gear, it looks like he made the right choice, as his moves are looking more explosive than ever. In the super-fun conditions Ten Hoeve pulls out all the moves, including stalled forwards, takas and even some backside 360's.

We look forward to the rest of the series, but for now, check out Ten Hoeve in action in ' target='_blank'>EPISODE ONE. You can also follow what he is up to on his website at www.martintenhoeve.blogspot.com


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