In the final part of our “Art of the Craft” surfing series, we dive in with San Diego native Josh Oldenburg. Josh takes us through the fundamental elements of building a perfect fiberglass board, as he shapes a board for us in our favorite color, Starbucks green.
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Trevor Gordon’s silky style has become a welcomed staple along Santa Barbara’s sheltered right points. A couple months back he took some roads less traveled to camp, surf and strum along with a couple good friends.
Dave Mailman takes off to Hawaii for a Surfline Live from Ala Moana, checks in on the latest news from Jamie O’Brien and Mason Ho, wishes a bunch of happy birthdays and signs off with Alana Blanchard’s booty!
It is true. Every summer at Doheny State Beach, Menehunes are waking up from their long winter naps and start surfing again at Doheny Beach. Why does this phenomena take place each year? The answer is simple, the menehunes are practicing their surf techniques to compete in the Annual Doheny Longboard Surfing Association’s Menehune Surf Championships scheduled for Saturday, June 22nd.
The contest begins promptly at 7:30 AM and is open to boys and girls (menehunes) with divisions 8 and under up to 17 years of age. Hundreds of young competitors are expected to participate. Applications and additional information can be picked up at … More
Whilst in Rio we put our time to good use: we held an impromptu Rip My Shred Stick with the kids from the favelas, surfed heats, signed some autographs and had a few free surfs. Somewhere during this time, Brett Simpson got ahold of a video camera, and cinematic greatness ensued with the birth of “Simpo Cam”: wrought with classic Simpo one liners and heckling. Yep, this edition of #TOURNOTES is pure good vibes (with cameos from Occy, Mick, Kelly and Jordy) so get into it.