The 2019 Season has already started with the VIP launch of the All-New Malibu 22 LSV & Axis A22, and it's just going to get even busier. This is a list of the current events we have organised, more will be added, after-all, we need to have some surprises....... and we a have few good ones in our bag!
Celebrating the Evolution Pro Tour making its first stop in Europe, we decided we would host the VIP weekend in Vienna at the same time. The weekend started with the VIP & Riders dinner, followed an exclusive presentation of the all-new Malibu 23 LSV.
Our gracious hosts, Castle Ski Club, combined with the superb installations of Tattershall Lakes Country Park, and the team at BWWF & Maven Marine, all contributed to a fantastically organized event, with the riders all saying they loved the wake!
Malibu Evo Pro Vienna - Creates a Festival Atmosphere & Delights an International Crowd of Spectators
The festival atmosphere was absorbed and revealed in by an international crowd of spectators and fellow athletes. The banks of the River Danube were packed with those anticipating seeing something special......
Malibu & Axis European Dealer Network had their engineers go back to university to study the new developments in both Mechanical & Electrical technology being employed in Malibu & Axis Boats.
The world’s largest Wakeboard and WakeSurf Series will be touching down in Europe this summer, attracting the world’s best Wakeboarders & WakeSurfers.
The 2017 Season is already looking busy with Malibu Europe, and it's just going to get even busier. This is a list of the current events we have organised, more will be added, after-all, we need to have some surprises....... and we a have few good ones in our bag!
It's official! The International Waterski and Wakeboard Tournament Council announced yesterday that Malibu Boats team athlete Regina Jaquess’ world record has been approved. The record was achieved behind Malibu’s all-new Response TXi in its second tournament appearance on November 5, where Regina ran three and a half buoys at 41’ off.