A term - perhaps invented in Muskoka - used to describe the watersport of being pulled behind a fast moving ski-boat on a large sea biscuit or inner-tube. The inner-tube usually has a smooth bottom, furnished so as to not end up in a phenomenal cartwheel-like wipeout; although this is infact what the watchers of the tuber are looking for!
The best way to tube is to criss-cross the boat wake gaining a wider and wider arc so as to increase speed to upwards of 100 mph. Once this speed is neared, the tuber is likely to hit the wake, become airborn and perform a maniacal wipeout forgotten since the days of Evel Kneivel.
Max: "Look at those dudes tubing. The boat must be doing 50, the guys gotta be arcing at a-hundred!!!"
Scott: "Woaaa...there he goes!.....There's the tube....Where's the dude?!!"
Max: "THERE HE IS up in that pine tree."
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