Surfing has long been synonymous with road trips. Before tide charts and surf cams, surfers trailed the coastlines in search of treasures. Treasures full of epic waves and empty lineups. Road trips were journeys of discovery, but also of adventure. Uncharted roads that were traveled 50 years ago by surf pioneers are still being traveled […]
Surfing is a rush, and nothing beats catching a wave. You’re sailing, steering, flying. It’s bliss on another level. There are many types of waves in the ocean, all with their own unique identities. Surf Outfitter give us a brief introduction on the types of waves that, as a surfer, you can catch. It’s useful […]
The NSW Department of Primary Industries released a video showing the various sea creatures captured in aerial footage at Lighthouse Beach in Ballina, an area that has seen seven shark attacks since February 2014, including a fatal one.
Here a clip of Mason Ho last year trip to Indonesia, the air game, those combustible springs from the flicking bottom turn. Definitely worth to watch!
There are certain waves that, on very select times of year, get absolutely massive. And as the size goes up, so does the risk. At the right spot on the calendar, these are the deadliest waves on the planet. Timing is important if you want to find them, and critical if you want to survive.
Here Ari Browne demonstrates his knack for tail blows, tube rides and high culture of finless surfing on his first time Balinese traveler.
Big and Deep
One of the first ground swells in Indo in year 2017. Sunday surf sessioon with Marlon Gerber, Jay Davies, Nyoman Satriaa (Blacky), Dermaputra Tonjo, Betet Merta and other guys at Keramas beach.
Charles Rodrigues, Stepfather and Coach to WSL Champion Gabriel Medina, has been suspended from attending WSL events, following an incident involving League officials in Portugal last season.
Newcastle’s Jesse Adam scored three days of fun and getting barrelled in remote Indonesia.