Sam Brown with over 100k Views!

Monday, 9 December 2013



JETPILOT's Sam Brown is blowing up the wakeboard scene this year. The 10 year old is pushing the limits of what youth wakeboarders can do, and is reminiscent of a young Harley Clifford in both looks and talent. Part of JETPILOT's Youth Gone Wild, Sammy knows what living the young JETPILOT life is all about.

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Logan Martin - Blowing Minds

Thursday, 5 December 2013

Prepare to have your mind blown as Logan Martin drops this beast edit of the past few months. Some of the tricks and lines in this clip are beyond comprehension. Check it


Pre-Christmas Delivery Cut-Off Dates

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

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Logan Martin Play contest and Game of Bike

Monday, 11 November 2013

Logan Martin has dominated in both the Vital BMX game of Bike which was held at Woodward 2 weekends ago against some of the best street and park riders. But he has also taken 2nd overall in the Play contest held at Mike Spinner's place. Logan took out the Spine section of the comp and rode solid in the other sections to come in behind Daniel Sandoval.


Check out this clip from his final run at the Vital BMX game of Bike

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James Masterton take 2nd at PWC GP in China

Thursday, 31 October 2013

Congratulations to Jetpilot's James Masterton on taking Second at the PWC GrandP Prix in China on the weekend.

The weekend of October 26-27 marked a new beginning for professional watercraft racing. As the immediate future of Australian national racing is still pending after last years fatal accident, 2013 has been a limited race schedule for current national Australian titleholder James Masterton. 

Eight months after winning the prestigious ‘King of the River’ crown on the Swan River in Western Australia, the Chinese government along with event organizers invited James to represent Australia at the very first Asian Aquabike Grand Prix, a UIM sanctioned event. 

The event featured a timed qualifying session on Friday and two 20-minute races across Saturday and Sunday with combined points for the overall and 120,000RMB ($21,000AUD) prize money. 

A sixth place qualify time saw James start on the second row of a rolling start grid on Saturday. After multiple battles with front riders, James moved into second by half way point. With race leader almost half a lap ahead, James charged for the remaining 12 minutes narrowing the gap to just eight-tenths of a second, finishing in second. 

A second place result in moto one meant James began moto two from grid position two behind the local Chinese favourite. When the flag dropped, James stayed within striking distance of the leader and on lap six he made a pass to take over race lead to the roar of 30 thousand Chinese and Asian spectators. The lead however was short lived as Chinese lapped riders made attempts to block Masterton allowing the Chinese rider and original race leader to take back the lead and eventually win the race at the 22-minute chequered flag. “I am disappointed with the lapped rider scenario on Sunday however I had a blast and rode well. A big thank you goes out to Hong Kong BRP/Sea-Doo distributor, Smooth Marine for providing the skis and transportation. This race would not have been possible for me with out their support.”

A welcomed approach has seen James invited back again next year for a shot at an enormous $500,000USD prize purse, money that is unheard of in Personal Watercraft racing and to compete in further Asian championship rounds.


James Masterton

James Masterton

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Sam Brown with over 100k Views!

JETPILOT's Sam Brown is blowing up the wakeboard scene this year. The 10 year old is … Read More »

Logan Martin - Blowing Minds

Prepare to have your mind blown as Logan Martin drops this beast edit of the … Read More »

Pre-Christmas Delivery Cut-Off Dates

Order cut-off dates for pre-Christmas delivery varies depending on your location (Australia's a big country, … Read More »

Logan Martin Play contest and Game of Bike

Logan Martin has dominated in both the Vital BMX game of Bike which was held at … Read More »

James Masterton take 2nd at PWC GP in China

Congratulations to Jetpilot's James Masterton on taking Second at the PWC GrandP Prix in … Read More »

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