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Wooden board building classes in Italy

Vuoi costruire la tua tavola da surf in legno?Vieni a Milano Luiss Hub, in Via Massimo D’Azeglio n. 3, per trascorrere tre giorni polverosi insieme a noi e ai ragazzi di TheFabLab!10-11-12 Aprile potrai costruire la tua tavola da surf...Show More Summary

Wooden Board building dates for Arbo Surfboards

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This Week In Not Surfing

The day before the day before I surf the nice waves I wished I'd surfed better, I bump into the young, talented surfer on a Brooklyn street corner. We stop to talk because I like talking and he likes talking. We talk because we both want to feel comfortable. Show More Summary


"Super stoked to invite y'all to join us at Pilgrim Surf + Supply in Williamsburg on Thursday March 29th to celebrate the launch of Ice Cream Headaches. The event will be heaps of fun, supported by The Brooklyn Brewery and ZIOBAFFA wines!"

Peterson, Wilson Win Surf Show

We didn’t watch a lick of the recent surf content generation production in Australia, but we were pleased to see that Julian Wilson and Lakey Peterson were the last man and woman standing and were named the winners of the production. This win apparently puts them off on the right foot for future live streamed […]

Slater Withdraws From Surf Production

The world’s best surfer Kelly Slater says that he won’t be performing in the opening surfing content production shoot of the season in Australia this week due to “ongoing rehabilitation” of a foot injury. “I think the best thing for me to do is withdraw from the event,” Slater said. “My gut feeling has been to […]

RIP: Santa Cruz’s Vince Collier

Santa Cruz, California’s surf Godfather Vince Collier has died of a heart attack while on a surf trip to Mexico last week, according to story in the Santa Cruz Sentinel. He was 57.  Collier was built like a pit bull, and the only thing that matched his raw power and talent in the water was his […]

RIP: Hawaii’s George Downing

Surfing legend, environmentalist, and leading surfing ambassador George Downing has died on March 5, 2018 at his home in East Oahu, according to story on Hawaii News Now. He was 87. Born and raised on the island of Oahu, Downing was one of the last of the old-time Waikiki beach boys mentored by Duke Kahanamoku.. […]

Surfrider at the 6th International Marine Debris Conference

This week, the United Nations Environment and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) held the 6th International Marine Debris Conference in San Diego to discuss the problem of marine debris (not more readily called "plastic pollution") that is plaguing our ocean.

Southeast Chapters Head to Capital Cities to Say No Way to New Drilling!

From Maine to Florida, California to Washington State, and almost all of Alaska - no coastal waters are safe from the impacts of offshore oil drilling if this plan gets approved. The likelihood for yet another spill is just too high to risk our coastal economies, beach vacations, marine wildlife, and pristine coastlines. Show More Summary

Hands Across the Sand: Coming to a Beach Near You on May 19th

Surfrider chapters across the U.S. are gearing up for Hands Across the Sand on May 19th to oppose new offshore oil drilling

UNC - Wilmington Surfrider Club Takes To The Hill

On Feb 16th, six passionate students and leaders of the University of North Carolina Wilmington Surfrider club descended upon Washington D.C. to lobby against offshore oil drilling and other ocean protections as part of Surfrider’s Ocean Recreation Hill Day.

JC Hawaii SD-3 Thruster

My little brother has had an old JC Hawaii SD-3 surfboard for the past 3 years, and somehow that thing is still kicking around the house. It’s been pretty beat up, but through constant repair, is still surfable. On top of being used in California, it’s been used on several trips to Hawaii in the…

How To Surf Rocky Point: North Shore Oahu

Rocky Point is one of the most high performance waves on the North Shore of Oahu. Stop by on any day that has swell on the North Shore and you’ll see Hawaii’s best locals and the world’s best surfers who are in town ripping this surf spot apart. It’s the place to go if you…

How to Surf Nukumoi Point in Kauai

A few weekends ago, I spent some time in Kauai looking for waves. Since it was May, we went looking for waves on the south side of the island, because most of the north swells were gone by then. A north swell was supposed to hit on that Saturday, but it didn’t really hit until…

How to Surf Lower Trestles: Southern California

If you’re planning on surfing Southern California, then Trestles should be one of the main spots on your list of places to go. Surfing Lower Trestles isn’t something super technical that requires local knowledge like many of the famous reef breaks around the world, but there are still some simple things that you should know…

How to Paint a Surfboard Using Dish Soap and Spray Paint

Ever since modern surfing began surfers have been painting their surfboards in a whole variety of ways. The styles of art have changed a lot over the years, and today you can see a little bit of every kind of surfboard art on the boards out in the water. About 5 years ago I traveled…

Freds Wave: The Ultimate Replica

Check out this video:  (a well spent 53 seconds of your life): As you can tell by the size of the wave, and the fact that it is powered by the back wheel of a truck, this is not the final product, simply a scale model.  But, if you surfed a wave that good whenever you wanted,…

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