Cody Maurer is an up and coming skimboarder out of St. George, Utah. You can often find Cody at the Virgin River waterfall throwing down 270 front boards. Make sure to keep your eyes open for Cody to push the limits of what can be done on a skimboard.
Q&A with Cody Maurer
Years Riding: 5 years
What skimboard do you ride: Sac Pro
Local hood: St. Geezy
Who do you go skimboarding with: Brandon Pectol
Where is your local skim spot: Virgin River waterfall
Favorite Trick: 270 front board.
Favorite skim event: Sac Town Throwdown
What you do when you aren’t skimboarding: When I'm not skimboarding I do allot of skating and snowboarding.
How, when and where did you discover skimboarding: My parents brought me a cheep skimboard back from Hawaii and I've been hooked ever since.
Quote to live by: Think less live more.
The one thing you buy at a gas station: I always have to have my hi chews.
Cody is about to start riding the 2015 Sacramento Pro after he recently cracked his 2014 Sac Pro after attempting the waterfall in St. George, Utah (see photos below). Follow this link to checkout the 2015 Sac Pro and find out how to snag one of your own before they are all gone.
About the 2015 Sac Pro: Straight out of Sacramento’s flatland furnace comes the hell-ridden 2015 Sac Pro. This year’s model embodies the essence of gnar through an exceptional artistic aesthetic. Designed by Beau Thomas, one of the most talented artists from within the flatland community, the board’s full-frame base graphic captures the murderous potential that can only be found when riding the Sac-Pro. Structurally, this year’s Sac Pro incorporates the profile and flex pattern of the original Sac Pro designed by team rider Adam Balaam. Like its predecessor, the 2015 version unveils itself as the leader in responsive maneuvers and technical tricks for advanced to professional riders. A wider base provides more surface area for faster skimming, while shorter tip to tail length reduces swing weight making rotations much faster. Side cuts along the tail and nose provide hydrodynamic planes allowing the board to snap off of the water and into effortless shuvs.
Photo: Cody attempting the waterfall in Utah.
Photo: Cody at the 2014 DB Pro/AM. He will be back at the 2015 DB Pro/AM along with a bunch of local and international riders. Keep your calendars openon July 4th, 2015.