The world’s best tube riders are ready to gather at Bali’s most iconic wave on Sunday, July 9th for the Rip Curl Cup Opening Ceremony. All are welcome to attend the traditional festivities at Padang Padang Beach to bless the event with good waves and to welcome the official invited surfers.
The Reef Road is out of the usual Surf Film, its got a ficcional narration about people like us that wander into the wild, with some of the best sessions of the year in Nias and this recent swell at Kandui (Gotta Watch the end bit in Kandui)
Surf and bodyboard are dangerous sports when high tide and BIG WAVES come together in this place. A group of surfers and bodyboarders have accidents in the famous spot “LA21” situated in Gijon-Asturias (Spain), in the north of Spain. You must be carefull in this wave if your surfing level is not very good.
Lucas Silveira had two-week of Indo vacation, he scored harder than most would ever dream of scoring. From Lombok,, Bali and Nias–you plan on running the gamut.
Brazilian underground surfer Yan Daberkow headed over to partake in the recent run of swell, and Desert’s did not disappoint.
Bali, the ‘Island of the Gods,’ is quite literally surf paradise: the water’s warm, the waves are plentiful and consistent, the parties are pumping, almost everyone seems to sit somewhere on the scale of hot! to downright stunning, the food is delicious and cheap, the country is beautiful, and ragging around small roads through the […]
Sixteen-year-old Arpad Leclere spends his time between Bali and Belgium. He was largely raised in Indonesia and fortunate enough to be spending the majority of that time in the southern hemisphere just as it kicked off one of the best swell runs in recent memory.
Among the world’s best surfers preparing to push the limits of tuberiding in pursuit of the prestigious title are: 3x World Champion Tom Curren (USA), North Shore charger Mason Ho (HAW) and former WCT superstar and style icon Bruce Irons (HAW). Among the surfing luminaries representing Indonesia are defending Rip Curl Cup Champion Mega Semadhi, Indonesian surfing ambassador Rizal Tandjung and two-time Indonesian Champion Lee Wilson.
Tim Stevenson charging hard during a big swell at Lagundri Bay. The Australian was awarded a huge swell on the spot of Nias, which he successfully apprehended.
Indonesia has had an amazing run of swell through June with top spots like Desert Point, Kanduis and Padang Padang redlining.