It’s all about timing and board control, and Laurent Lozes timed everything beautifully. He watched the wave travel up the river, took a few steps back, and running at the bore from a sandbank, floating a little white water section and enjoying a nice clean ride at Dordogne River, in the south of France.
Brad Domke went to the infamous slab in Tahiti known as Teahupo’o back in 2015 with his finless skimboard. It wasn’t one of those perfect days, either–one of those times when the wave needs to be scrutinized a little more than usual. But with Raimana’s help, Domke successfully managed to navigate one of the world’s […]
Here’s the footage of Brad Domke, a true finless horseman whipping into the mountainous novelty of Nazare.
Brad Domke again pushes the limits of no-fin performance on a skimboard, this time sliding through a slabbing backside barrel at Teahupoo, Tahiti on September 3, 2015.
Brad Domke takes us through his controversial wave (ridden on a finless skimboard) that earned an unprecedented nomination in the Billabong Ride of the Year category of the 2015 WSL Big Wave Awards. Domke rode the wave at Puerto Escondido, Mexico on July 5, 2014. He finished in fifth place.
In the summer of 2014 Brad Domke travelled to Puerto Escondido and rode the largest wave ever ridden on a skimboard. While waiting for the most mind bending wave of the year to show up, he also had some fun on his skim and surfboard around town. Check out this edit by Dylan Palmer of the two week trip including some alternate and aerial shots of what we think was one the most ground breaking rides of the decade.
Jamie O’Brien, surfing’s best skimboarder, and Brad Domke, skimboarding’s best surfer, did a BFF trip to Mexico and it is unmissable. They swap boards, both absolutely surprising with skillz on the other’s craft. Domke knifes some huge barrels on Jamie’s foam and Jamie drifts some big fade turns on Domke’s skim.
Skimboarder Brad Domke tackled what may be the biggest wave in skimboarding history in Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Skimboards don’t have fins, which should make riding a wave like this impossible.