Last month Mentawai was delivered some great waves around the island and Rifles was the best spot to get some really good barrels.
This longboarder gets a standing ovation for turning a simple hop in into a majestic display of kookery.
Mikala Jones, Marlon Gerber, Tai Graham and Desert Point future star Awan Hadi could have aimed for the usual sure bets when the Indian Ocean came alive during a big swell, but with such a massive population of surfers hungry to see some juice they knew crowds would be at worst-ever levels. Instead, they caught ferries to far-flung islands, the only way to get a jetski to the extremities in a hurry. After a few sleepless nights they finally had their dream set-up in place, and set off on a high-risk, high-reward kind of deal.
Episode 3 of Welcome To Water surf video series dives into the beautiful island of Sumbawa in Indonesia with young rippers Balaram Stack, Parker Coffin, Imai Devault, and Noah Schweizer as they tackle a rippable right and find a sneaky little left slab to spend their Indonesian days for a few weeks. The guys also wandered through the neighboring jungle and stumbled upon a majestic waterfall with a swing!
Exquisite left-breaking reef wave located in Bali, Indonesia; an emerald-green tropical tube described by photographer Aaron Chang as a “rare, treasured and magical spot.” Padang is often called “the Balinese Pipeline.”.
A minute long wave of some mates playing around, as shot by the even handed drone of Stu Gibson.
Stunning drone footage has captured the bizarre moment a school of fish being chased by a seal formed the shape of the predator pursuing them. Dozens of surfers were treated to the mesmerising display as the adventurous seal rolled around in the surf as it hunted for food at Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach on Monday morning.
The 2 minute 13 seconds video clearly shows a Satpol official receiving Rp. 50,000 from a man whose identity card is out of date. At first, in accordance with established procedures, the official ordered the man to return to Java, but then offered to allow the man to pass with a payment of a fine of Rp. 50,000.
It’s not everyday that the opportunity to hold a live shark with one hand whilst wielding a beer with the other presents itself. It’s pretty safe to say that this guy will probably pass it up next time and…
Billy Stairmnand and Tim O’Connor recent stint in Bali more of a vacation. The waves, the adventures, the nightlife – it’s all there.