The Ride Guide is your stop for information on events, tips on riding or racing, and educational bits on personal watercraft performance and handling from the experts at Pro Watercraft.

SHRED-SSENTIALS: Kawasaki 440/550 handling set up

The Kawasaki 440/550 stand ups have withstood the test of time with their long-standing popularity and resurgence into the modern racing scene. These small, but powerful machines have the potential to be your favorite ski of all time — but they could use a little help. In raw form the vintage 440/550 stand ups can be unstable, awkward, and hard to ride. With some Pro Watercraft upgrades, your ski will be stable, easy to shred, and even a little bit [...]

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PWC Monument unveiled in Lake Havasu City

We are extremely proud to announce the unveiling of the PWC monument in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Thanks to the help and contributions of PWC enthusiasts from around the world, we were able to build a monument that encapsulates the history and legacy of PWC in Lake Havasu City and the surrounding area. The monument can be found at the intersection of McCulloch Blvd N and Beachcomber Blvd, nestled between two historic race sites — the Nautical and Crazy Horse Campground. [...]

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PWC Monument to be unveiled after IJSBA World Finals

  Pro Watercraft and the team working to build the PWC monument are excited to announce that the official unveiling of the monument will be happening Monday Oct. 12, 2020 – just after the conclusion of the 39th IJSBA World Finals in Lake Havasu City, AZ. After years of planning and months of work, the first-ever PWC monument is finally ready to stand tall in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Nestled between the iconic home of the IJSBA World Finals — the Nautical [...]

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Come see Pro Watercraft at the 2020 IJSBA World Finals!

  IJSBA is  pleased  to  announce  the  return  of  ProWatercraft  as  a  vendor  to  the  trade  show  portion  of  the  2020  VP  Racing  Fuels  World  Finals.   Please  see  their  official  release  below: Pro Watercraft is excited to announce our return to the 2020 IJSBA World Finals event as a vendor. Riders, racers, and fans will be able to stop by our booth and speak with our watercraft handling specialists, as well as shop our performance line up of handling parts. We will [...]

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Pro Watercraft to host low-impact Junior Stars event at IJSBA World Finals

Pro Watercraft has partnered with the IJSBA to put on a scaled-back version of the annual Junior Stars event at the IJSBA World Finals in Lake Havasu City, AZ. The event will take place on October 4th, 2020 at 8am at the IJSBA World Finals starting line, and last until 10am. Due to the concern surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have strategized a scaled down event to benefit the Junior Stars:   This year, junior riders will be allotted this time to get [...]

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The new 2021 Yamaha fourstroke SuperJet is here!

The new 2021 Yamaha SuperJet HERE! We will be offering a wide variety of handling components for this new, cutting edge watercraft to help elevate your ride. This all-new watercraft takes the feel of the SuperJet we have come to love and incorporates new, cutting-edge technology. Weighing at only 70 lbs more than the 2020 two-stroke SuperJet — the all new fourstroke Yamaha SuperJet is here to make waves. THE 2021 YAMAHA FOURSTROKE SUPERJET Outside of the wild new look, this new [...]

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2021 Yamaha SuperJet fourstroke: what we know

2021 fourstroke Yamaha SuperJet: what we know   With a scheduled unveiling of August 2020, the hype for the 2021 Yamaha Super Jet is at an all time high — and starting to boil over. The team at Pro Watercraft has scoured the internet for information, the deets and any and all “spy shots”. We’ve blown the doors wide open with everything we’ve heard about the 2021 SuperJet.   MOTOR Quite possibly the most well-believed information circling around the mysterious new watercraft is the end [...]

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End of an Era: Yamaha SuperJet

END OF AN ERA: HISTORY OF THE YAMAHA SUPERJET Last year, Yamaha Motor Corporation announced the final run of its extremely successful two-stroke Yamaha SuperJet, one of the world’s most popular stand up personal watercraft. In honor of it’s impact on the industry, we are breaking down the Yamaha SuperJets we have grown to love over the years, and how they affected the sport of personal watercraft racing. After several years of market domination by Kawasaki in the late 80s, Yamaha threw [...]

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