Wakeboarding in London might seem like an oxymoron. After all the capital of the UK isn’t a natural hub for wakeboarding. However, there are some brilliant wakeboarding schools to be found right here in and around the M25.
Wakeboarding has one of the quickest learning curves out of any watersport, especially compared to surfing. You can take a wakeboarding beginners lesson and be standing up after a few goes. Take a couple more lessons and you’ll be jumping the wake before you know it. We’ve written a guide on beginners wakeboarding tips plus how to choose a beginners wakeboard right here – check them out.
Experienced riders will want to make sure their wakeboarding centre has a rad wake park with kickers, rails and pipes for stomping wakeboarding tricks. Take a look at our piece on the best wakeboarding parks in the UK.
Just because you live in a city doesn’t mean you can’t go wakeboarding. The beauty of wakeboarding is you can try it pretty much anywhere with flat water – whether that’s a lake or a river. We’ve picked three of the best centres for wakeboarding in London. So what are you waiting for? Get yourself down there.