Axis Team Rider & Pro Wakeboarder
Bec Gange Unveils Her New 2023 A24
Axis Team Rider & Pro Wakeboarder, Beg Gange has been patiently waiting for her new A24 for almost four years, and she used that time to dream up her perfect Axis wakeboat. Come along with us as we check out Bec’s boat reveal and take her brand-new A24 out for its maiden voyage.
It’s no secret the Axis A24 is the leading no-frills big boat in the watersports market. The A24 combines Malibu-inspired wake innovations with a touch screen at the helm, a spacious layout, next-level styling, and pro-level wakes and waves. It’s the total package, and one of the best things about it is how customizable the A24 is.
Being a pro and living in the heart of the professional wakeboarding world, Bec got to see a lot of different boat colors & truly didn’t know where to start. Luckily, she was able to try out different color combinations of the interior & exterior of her new A24 using the online Axis Boat Builder. After going back and forth for what felt like an eternity, Bec finally landed on her dream boat. Bec (and the team at Axis) fell in love with the striking look of her new A24 complete with a vapor blue along with ebony metallic gelcoat and accents to contrast with the sepia brown interior. Of course, her look is a whole lot more complicated than that, so if you want to learn more about how she customized her boat (or build one exactly like it for yourself — we support it), check out her build below.
For Bec, the colors are just the start of the story. The A24 is just plain big. It’s 24.5-foot hull has plush seating for 18 people, plenty of mass for advanced wakeboard and surf tricks, completed by a traditional bow that cuts through rough water. “My new A24 has the same great feel as my previous A24 did, but with a whole lot of upgrades!” said Bec. “My favorite feature is the new Garmin touch screen. It’s a big upgrade from my previous LCD screen. Everything I need is all on the one screen and it’s super easy to use.”
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