The wires, the ropes, the waves, the unpredictability of the anchor were all threatening variables. Ozzie recalls, “The Dock’s been scary. At one stage I just came up, got my board, and saw it coming right at me. But I like the chaos of it.”
This article is a lie. In its 13-year history, there have been way too many amazing moments at the Rip Curl Cup Padang Padang to choose just five. And when Padang Padang awakens for this year’s Rip Curl Cup, we’ll undoubtedly see at least five more jaw-dropping turn of events that could make this list. […]
Dropping in someone is one of the worst sins a surfer can make, especially if it’s this bad. Sometimes they happen by accident occasionally… but when you’re screwing someone out of a barrel like this and risking knocking his head clean off in the process… you should probably rethink how you surf.
Whether you have been lucky enough to surf Padang Padang yourself or only watch it on the screen, you know that it is the preferred stage of Bali’s best homegrown talent. True to form, this edit from Durian Lab, features locals like Mega Artana, Bol Adi Putra and Lee Wilson — allow them to show you […]
In this episode of Happily Stoked Sebastian Zietz and Friends hit Indonesia, kicking it off with the Komune Bali Pro before jumping aboard the Sibon Baru scoring epic waves for a mates trip too the Mentawai Islands. Featuring Seabass, Brent Dorrington, Brett Levingston, Nick Vasicek, Sheldon Simkus, Rizal Tanjung, Broson Meidy, Kip Caddy, Joel Nantes, […]
“Often from different tribes, the people of Papua New Guinea thrive off the sustenance of the land and sea. The people embrace foreigners with open arms including the surf stoked youth.” – Mikala
One of the best backside tube riders to call the Gold Coast of Australia home, Superbrand’s Nick Vasicek recently took a trip to Indo to reaffirm he’s no slouch in pumping lefts, either.
Mateus Herdy spent a long period of competition in Australia, contesting QS’s and Pro Juniors, and traveled for the first time to Indonesia in the first two weeks of April’17, spending 12 days between Bali and Sumbawa, with friend and videomaker Ian Tavares.
he found himself standing on a remote East African coastline, shivering as the sun rose and the fog lingered, camera in hand. All surfers dream of this mantra – only few have the gift of living it.
The 46-year-old Indonesian wife of a high-ranking police officer was apparently so appalled at being asked to remove her watch and place it in an X-ray machine that she attacked aviation security officers.