Brian Grubb is a true waterman constantly finding new ways to carve on the water’s surface or above it. Brian’s run with Hyperlite began in 1997 as he was pioneering the wakeskate movement at the wake park in his backyard, OWC. Brian’s image was featured throughout the media at the time and he landed on the cover of Alliance Wake’s first print magazine. He continued to blow minds on his skate and quickly became the most decorated wakeskate athlete. Brian was a large part of the Landlock project, the first wakesurfer the market had even seen, introduced by Hyperlite in 2003. A longtime member of the RedBull team, Brian has explored the world riding his skate in breathtaking landscapes and always pushing the boundaries. A few years ago foils became more readily available and Brian was all over it. He admits there is a learning curve but once you figure it out, the gliding aspect of foiling is one of the best feelings in the world. It simply doesn’t matter what it is, if it’s on the water and you’re standing sideways rest assured Brian Grubb is really, really good at it.