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Biriatou’s Production made this clip featuring Bali’s Bukit Peninsula locals including Made Lana, Ketut Pitur, Made Lapur, Agus Blacky, Alik Rudiarta, Tumbling Adjuzh, Mega Semadhi plus several international chargers including Ry Craike, Ozzie Wright, Alvaro Malpartida, Mr DP, and 2012 Rip Curl Padang Cup champion Chris Ward, ripping the left land….
Muklis Anwar loves to surf anywhere. He travels a lot, searching for either big or even small waves. Just for the joy of riding it.
‘Local Style’ episode 2 profiles Indonesian big wave surfer, Made Lana. The local legend shreds Uluwatu and shares knowledge of his favorite spots to surf including Outside Corner and Race Track. Lana also runs a successful cafe just above pristine Uluwatu. Made is the surfer every local kid wants to become. Listen to an inspiring story about the good things that can happen when a tourist takes 5 minutes out of their surf trip to push a child on a wave. It can change a life forever.
A short clip made by Fazio Video Production for a local Balinese surfer grom Wayan Matius. He is 13 years old and lives at a children’s home in Kuta, Bali. Matius has a great perspective on life and rips quite hardcore for his age! Check out the video.
On the last day of 2012, Uluwatu locals organized their own surf contest entitled The Barong Open, held at Racetracks with nice 3-4 ft sets. If you missed out on the contest, or want to enjoy the day again, feast your eyes on these photos and videos.
A nice video made by Deus ex Machina featuring Canggu local super-grom, Riman Jayadi. Check this out.
A recent pulse delivered some fun waves to our Island of the Gods. A 3-4 ft swell hit on the 11th and 12th of December, and the local boys ventured out and about to enjoy their quota. If this is a hint of what’s in store for the rainy season, we could be having plenty of good times! Continue reading
As the summer season has kicked in, RALPH.com.au‘s Larkin Harrison takes off his leggie to find out more about the planet’s most notorious surf gangs.
Imagine growing up on the shores of Bali; World-class breaks at the end of your road, your favorite pro-surfers swinging by during the season to put on the occasional show and remind you of where you want to go, lots of warungs selling yummy post-surf treats nearby and of course your best friends a bike ride away.