This short video features Balinese surfers such as Mega Semadhi, Agus Sumertayasa, Agus Julyantara, Koki Hendrawan, Raditya Rondi, Alik Rudiarta, Mukhlis Anwar and two Malaysian surfers Azmi Awang and Didaqt Musadiq. Most of the footage was filmed at Padang Padang, Bingin and Impossibles.
Sunday’17th of August, PadmaBoys Challenge 3rd Series was on. Waves were pumping, weather was sunny and everyone was super stoked on this event. Hope you guys enjoy this clip as much as that crowd!!
If you can bare to drag yourself from the media frenzy that is The Tahiti Pro, the Indonesia season is still in full swing. Max Zappas paints a picture of the simple life in Bali. Warming up for the big swell this Sunday.
Quiksilver Indonesia is elated to welcome Uluwatu local charger and avid surf videographer, Made Ropik to their team roster. Ropik joins other local rippers Dede Suryana, Tipi Jabrik, Rio Waida, and the high flying Made Darmayasa Bleronk.
Amy Lambert, editor of the Mellow Waves blog, shares some tips on finding waves to suit your ability level when you go abroad.
Hundreds of foreigners and locals, dressed in all-white, gathered at Batu Bolong Beach in Canggu, Badung regency, on Monday to support the safer Bali campaign.
The forecast was right, ISL.com crew woke up early and drove to Padang. Arriving there some big sets were coming through but tide was too high. So we waited and we scored.
Here a bit of what was going on in Bali’s most famous break:
A global travel search site, Skyscanner, predict a number of regions in Indonesia, which will begin to be a popular Indonesia tourist destination in 2014.
Wave Of The Winter, as you’re probs well aware, is a contest to find the best wave (see also: barrel) ridden between November 1 of last year and February 28 of this year. Here are a bunch of entries from the local boys. Guys like Kalani Chapman, Nathan Florence, Kai Henry, Sai Smiley, Kai Barger, Kamalei Alexander, Danny Fuller, Reef McIntosh, Koa and Makua Rothman, Flynn Novak, Mason Ho, and John John Florence, he’s been getting some decent ones. The above compilation features most of the best entries from Hawaiian locals. There’s plenty of names in here but we won’t spoil the fun.
December has arrived! We usually have a lot of rain and Westerly winds at this time of the year, but as we’ve mentioned before this year is rather unusual. Not that we’re complaining! Over the last few days we enjoyed a mid-size swell that brought Bali fun waves, 5-6ft at some breaks, and with the light Southerly winds we’ve been able to surf all day. The coconut wireless is buzzing with stories that it’s been barreling all over the island.