Tips by Tatsanai Aye Kuakoonrat
Video : Bomb Padiwat
Photo : Terry Goh
For the TS Air Raley, cut out wide, stand tall and take strong progressive approach towards the wake. It’s important to keep the handle close to your hip at all times. Pop into a Raley with equal weight on both feet like you would for a wake jump except you need to still be edging through the wake as you do this.
As you feel the rope tension get stronger after the pop, let your lower body naturally drift away from the handle, but do not let it stretch out intentionally else you might lose the tension needed to pull you’re your board back underneath you for the landing.
To land the Raley, pull the handle with both hands to your front hip and try to land on your toeside edge.