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

The Ambassador

posted by / News, Video / April 6, 2011

Australian surfer Adrian “Ace” Buchan is one of the tour’s most astute thinkers. We asked him to break down Kelly’s winning formula, Freddy P’s assertion that the tour “is heading in the wrong direction” and Dane Reynolds’ potential absence from competitive surfing