for youth in water sports
Inner City Surf is an organization of passionate water sport enthusiasts with a mission to help bridge the diversity gap in wake and water sports.
We believe by giving under-served kids and minority youth access to water sport education, equipment and programs, we can help introduce them to the sports and allow more kids to experience them.
1-Day Clinic For
These will be held the last 3 weeks of June and the final week will be July 12th
Open Introductory Clinic
Thursday, July 15th Kick-Off Event for the Wake Surf Championship Series*
(held July 15-17th)
Both Programs Include:
5 qualified coaches all experienced wake surfers
General introduction to water sports
Safety instruction and education*
Dry land activities
Trying out the water activites (tubes, float, just getting used to it)
Experiencing wake boarding
Equipment, meals and transporation provided by our partners and sponsors
Help Us Share The Good News
Minnesota group working to bring more diversity to wake surfing
MINNETONKA, Minn. (FOX 9) - The Minnesota Wake Surf Championship is underway on Lake Minnetonka this weekend, and one group is hoping to bring some fresh faces to the sport.
"Wake surfing is so much fun," said Shawn Taher of Inner City Surf. "Getting out on the lake and get out of the city. Sometimes is really nice."
Nonprofit Brings Together Wounded Veterans, Twin Cities Kids For Water Sport Activities
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Lake Minnetonka was the place to be on Friday for both inner city kids and wounded veterans.
A nonprofit called Inner City Surf joined forces with Wake for Warriors. The organizations include people who love water sports but don’t always have an opportunity to try them.
“The sun’s out and hopefully the water isn’t too cold,” said Zion Brinson of Brooklyn Park.