Grand Rapids Boat Show

February 12-16, 2025

Professional Riders at the Show

The following information is from the 2024 Boat Show.
The 2025 Show information will be available soon.

The Boat Show has an impressive line-up of Professional Athletes scheduled to be onsite throughout the weekend! Stop by the participating boat dealers’ displays to meet them while you’re at the Show.

Professional wakesurfer Cassidy Gale will be at the Tommy’s display on Friday from 4pm – 8pm and Saturday from 11am – 4pm.


Malibu Team Rider

3 X World Champion, Cassidy Gale has been wakesurfing since 2010 and is sponsored by Tommy’s, Malibu, Follow, and Kanuk. She spends her summers in Michigan and winters in Florida. She takes her training seriously and gets the absolute best wave behind her Malibu M240. Cassidy also provides coaching and tips to amateur and professional riders!

Meet pro wakeboarders and skiers Trever Maur, Brooks Wilson, Jake Pelot, Mike Dowdy and John Travers at the Action Water Sports booth Friday afternoon and Saturday.


Ronix Wakeboards

Multiple-time boat rider of the year, Tyler Higham, is a team rider for Ronix and MasterCraft boats. We are thrilled that he is making time to join us in Michigan! Don't miss the opportunity to meet one of the best wakeboarders in the world.


Radar Skis

Brooks is the Brand Manager of Radar with a passion to bring skiing to the masses and change the way people think about slalom. Transitioning from competitor to coach to brand manager, since 2010, Brooks has poured his passion into the development of the entire Radar Ski line

Cody Hunnicutt


Cody is from Nashville, TN and has been riding for 10 years. His favorite trick is the Switch Japan Backmobe. Some of his career achievements include 2nd place in the PWT Jr. Pro Men’s Overall, he was the IWWF Pan-American Champion, took 3rd place in the Masters Jr. Pro Men’s division and was the Boys National Champ!

Alexa Score


Alexa is a professional wakeboarder turned TV host. She fell in love with watersports in small town, Spicer, Minnesota, where she competed on the Little Crow Water Ski Team and spent summers on the lake. At age 16, Alexa was diagnosed with Chronic, Myeloid Leukemia, a rare form of blood cancer, for which she received a grim prognosis. She battled the disease for many months amid uncertainty, until her blood counts and physical function began to stabilize. Alexa accredits dreaming about the water as what motivated her to keep fighting and got her through her darkest moments. The following year, she graduated high school early and moved to Orlando, Florida so she could be on the water year-round, and in 2011, she competed in her first pro wakeboard contest.