Once again we’re holding another day of surfing activities, making this our third session this summer. We’ve been extremely lucky considering the bad weather we’ve been having this year, and it seems we’ll be lucky one more time too.
Surfers Against Sewage’s (SAS) recently learnt that Challaborough, one of the south coast’s premier waves is under threat from an ill-conceived near shore development and as part of our Protect Our Waves (POW) campaign. SAS urgently need the help of surfers, waveriders and beach lovers to protect this quality wave!
A few weeks ago I was sent a link to a preview for a product which is soon to be released in the UK. Intrigued, I found myself on the homepage of the Wavecave, and a few days later I found myself unwrapping the test model. I headed to the coast for a surf and a test run.
The Seaglass Project Tuna, a finless Alaia-style surfboard from Global Surf Industries (GSI), has been announced the winner of a prestigious Australian International Design Award (AIDA), receiving the Design Award™ for design excellence.
You won’t find Echo Beach on any map. But for a band of surfers from Newport Beach, the stretch between 52nd and 56th street was an entire universe of ‘80s cool. Jamie Brisick’s book, “The Eighties at Echo Beach,” is a visual collection of the times with photography from Mike Moir.