Out of Office Reply: Judging the XXL

posted by / News / April 29, 2011

Out of Office Reply(Sort of) Honoring the code of silence after deciding the fate of a few good men who ride mountains.

Sorry, We’re Open

posted by / News / April 26, 2011

Coming soon to a SURFING Magazine near you

Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Day 5: Class(ic) Acts

posted by / News / April 24, 2011

Joel Parkinson defeats Mick Fanning to win the 50th Anniversary Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach in classic 6- to 8-foot waves on Easter Sunday

Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Day 4: That Good

posted by / News / April 23, 2011

Sally Fitzgibbons wins her first ASP World Tour event at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach (and makes me money)

Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Day 2: The Passion of the 805

posted by / News / April 21, 2011

Bobby Martinez (and the waves) go off during Round 2

Your Guide to the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach

posted by / News / April 20, 2011

An insider’s look at the wave, the judging, and the strategy at Bells — plus photos and results from Round 1

12th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival

posted by / News / April 19, 2011

The announcement of the 2011 Action Sports Film Series

Let’s Get Classic: 50th Anniversary of the Rip Curl Pro Bells

posted by / News / April 19, 2011

Our Bells Beach bucket list and guide to Round 1, straight from the SURFING Magazine house in Torquay

My Spring Break

posted by / News / April 19, 2011

Hot laps in a Formula One car, couch surfing, and a 30th birthday “wine crawl” were just some of the things your favorite World Tour surfers got up to during their recent month-long hiatus

Renaissance Coming: Exhibit E

posted by / News / April 18, 2011

Want a snapshot of where mainstream surf culture is headed? Pretty freakin’ easy, homes — just take a walk down to any junior event or airshow

It’s Good to Be Mick

posted by / News / April 18, 2011

We will never walk 30 days in the fresh linen of the man they call White Lightning — but here’s an idea of what it’s like to have the breeze blowing up your inner thigh and the arm of a former swimsuit model

Follow the Light Foundation Grant

posted by / News / April 18, 2011

Follow the Light Foundation announces call for entries for the 2011 Follow the Light Foundation Surf Photographers Grant

Renaissance Coming: Exhibit D

posted by / News / April 17, 2011

The speed and highly technical nature of modern surf moves makes them difficult to absorb in real time — but now, a new film may have the remedy

Renaissance Coming: Exhibit C

posted by / News / April 16, 2011

The opinions, decisions and style motifs of Dane Reynolds are consumed with religious zeal by a large swathe of the surfing population. It remains to be seen what affect the latest chapter of his career will have on the sport.

Jimmicane’s Passion Picks: Bells Beach

posted by / News / April 14, 2011

Simpo’s secret weapon, who I chose to replace Freddy P, and why I picked Slater against my own personal principles

Renaissance Coming: Exhibit B

posted by / News / April 14, 2011

Grinding on the WQS for your shot at a world title doesn’t appeal to every professional surfer — nor does it appeal to a lot of the surfing public, as companies are beginning to realize

Olam Collaboration Press Release

posted by / News / April 13, 2011

Nestled in Northern Orange County are two of the surfing world’s oldest and most iconic shops, Harbour Surfboards and Kanvas […]

NSSA Standout of the Week: Keto Burns

posted by / News / April 13, 2011

Where SURFING recognize surfers before they’re recognizable

Renaissance Coming: Exhibit A

posted by / News / April 11, 2011

A look at the biggest names and events in surfing over the last 12 months reveals an unmistakable trend

In this five-part series we examine the tremors that hint at a cultural schism in the sport’s core

NSSA Standout of the Week: Amy Nicholl

posted by / News / April 8, 2011

Where SURFING recognize surfers before they’re recognizable