San Diego may not be the birthplace of surfing but there is no denying the contributions and innovations that this beautiful city and its ocean loving community have provided to the surfing world. Early in the 20th century, Hawaiians George Freeth and Duke Kahanamoku [click to continue]
Jared Mell by photographer Xabi Irure. From Huck Magazine: “It gives me the greatest feeling ever. It’s like flying, like when you see a bird looking over the landscape of a beautiful place. It just motivates me and everybody to meet new people, new relationships, new friendships and just grow basically. Surfing is like a family that never stops growing.”
JP St Pierre is the owner/operator of Surfy Surfy in Leucadia, California – a retail shop dedicated to bringing the best surfboards to the world. If you have ever met JP or read his popular blog, you would already know that he orbits in an amusing blend of humor, Star Wars trivia, and Bonzers. We spoke with JP to learn more. [click to continue]
Film and Edit: Gabe Roxburgh. Starring: Cloudy Rhodes, Jack Lynch, Matt Chojnacki, Rielly Clarke, Damo Norman, Isaac Roxburgh, Joel Ford,and Cory Robertson.
From filmmaker Cyrus Sutton:“This sequence was taken from my recent trip to S. America. My girl’s been studying abroad down there for a few months so I headed down for some lovin’ and long lefts. I purposefully didn’t bring any camera equipment except for a little HD Go Pro camera. [click to continue]
Surfing legend Herbie Fletcher and legend-in-the-making Alex Knost by surfer/photographer Dane Peterson. San Onofre, California.
The underground surfing community in Australia is rallying together to raise funds for Australian surfing legend Michael Peterson to have a distinguished funeral this Thursday at Tweed Heads Memorial Gardens. Click here to find out how you can contribute. Photo by Dick Hoole.