You Can Own The Jet Ski of Champions – Ross Champion’s Blowsion FP1 Freeride Ski


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It was very early last year when The Watercraft Journal got word of a super-secret freeride happening down in Estero Beach, Ensenada, Mexico. Some of the best surf riders were handpicked to spend a few days in the coastal town for days of surf freeriding, bonfires and really good food. In our typical fashion, The Watercraft Journal broke the story about four months before y’know, anybody else, but once word got out, it became a pretty big deal.

Central to this ride was the introduction of multi-time IFWA world champion Ross Champion’s newest venture with good pal and master machinist Carl Gramberg (of Cold Fusion fame) in creating a top shelf lifestyle watch, Champion Timepieces.

“Designed specifically for jet ski enthusiasts; much of our watch is created from the very same materials that has made our sport what it is today, namely Billet Aluminum and Carbon Fiber,” Champion told The Watercraft Journal last December. “We have only made 78 units, and that is all that will ever exist of this model. Each watch is individually serialized and has the serial number etched into the case of your Fusion and the plaque in the watch box.”

Now, in addition to owning one of those gorgeous Champion Timepieces, you can own a piece of Ross Champion history: the awesome custom FP1 freeride ski powered by a DASA 850 plant. Assembled by the gurus at Blowsion, this machine features all the tricks and cool modifications that any freerider worth his salt would climb over the body of his grandmother to have. Now sitting pretty in the Kommander Industries’ showroom in Arizona, this ski can be yours. Please call Kommander for pricing and build list today because it’s unlikely this machine will stay sitting long.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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