In what we’re deeming our “Summer Event Extravaganza” issue, the latest issue of Speed On The Water Digital Magazine has more poker run and fun run coverage than we’ve ever featured before. From the Big Cat Poker Run in California to the Buffalo Poker Run in New York and everything in between, the issue is packed full of outstanding images and great commentary on the Emerald Coast Poker Run, the Lake Cumberland Poker Run, the Old Hickory Fun Run, the Lake Powell Challenge and of course, the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout, which speedonthewater.com is proud to sponsor.
It’s called the July/August 2015 issue (primarily for consistency sake), but it’s basically our End of Summer issue. But it’s not just events—there are stories on a Skater repower with twin Mercury Racing Verado 400R engines, radio control boat racing, a Bahamas adventure, boat detailing and more. We’re proud of the new issue—our largest one to date—and we hope you enjoy it. Need motivation to download the free pdf? Here’s a quick look at what you’ll find inside the latest Speed On The Water digital magazine.
With a record-setting fleet and fundraising effort for the Wounded Warrior Project, the Old Hickory Fun Run set its own new standard.
Full Blown in Buffalo
An all-embracing local community of performance boat enthusiasts makes the Buffalo Poker Run one of the top go-fast boating events in the country.
Golden State Visions: Inside the Big Cat Poker Run
What made the Big Cat Poker Run a winner for everyone involved? Here are three perspectives.
Another Super Shootout
The 27th annual Lake of the Ozarks Shootout in Missouri continued to improve upon its status as a can’t miss event.
The Pleasure of Lake Powell
Service, scenery and some guy named George have turned the Lake Powell Challenge into a one-of-a-kind event.
Eye of the Hurricane
On the beat or on the racecourse, Hurricane Force Detailing’s Joe Wnek is one cool customer.
A Grand Adventure
Two great center consoles and a dozen great people equal one great trip to the Bahamas.
Outerlimits SL 41 Profile: Fond Farewell
With its owner moving into a more powerful Outerlimits, this stunning SL 41 featuring twin Mercury Racing 700SCi engines is for sale.