We witnessed more than a few interesting stories unfold at this year’s Quiksilver Pro France, but as usual, there’s plenty more. Whether it’s celebrating Mick Fanning’s first aerial in years, seeding Jadson Andre’s post-tour career, or breaking down Stephen Bell’s untimely face flop, it’s always nice to join in the backstage fun. Come see what […]
South African Matt Bromley in Risky Ripples ep. 2 filled with big barrels, scary barrels at a break in Indo that was created after the 2004 earth quake and Lagundri Bay which suddenly turned from an almond-shaped highline barrel into something far rounder and heavier.
Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore claimed victory today at the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro France, respectively, in excellent three-to-five foot rippable peaks at Stop No. 9 of the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT).
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 […]
While every surfer has spun a tale or two about surf injuries — a board to the back of the head, a hand sliced on a fin, a dislocated joint after a particularly violent closeout — these injuries are actually rather rare, as quoted from GrindTV.
Mateus Herdy spent a long period of competition in Australia, contesting QS’s and Pro Juniors, and traveled for the first time to Indonesia in the first two weeks of April’17, spending 12 days between Bali and Sumbawa, with friend and videomaker Ian Tavares.
Surfer photographer Ryan “Chachi” Craig and an international group of rippers took the hard road to score beautiful Desert Point and Scar Reef, one that was pock-marked with car malfunctions and ferry rides packed from bow to stern. Watch Mauro Diaz, Rolando Montes, and more as they thread shallow, square end sections in Lombok.
Wanna learn to surf on a river? Do it the Mick Fanning way in Munich, Germany. Take your friends, find some more people surfing the spot to be in Munich and spend a full day having fun there.
You may have noticed, everyone is a tough guy these days, even irie surf cats! The days of peace-loving, dharma quoting hippies are largely over.
Diogo d’Orey has made a career out of squaring himself under lead curtains to document incredible barrel riding. He gets the water angle which may not capture the sheer breadth of the wave but highlights how deep the surfers are from section to section.