Puntabout with Modern Collective Part 1

posted by / News / August 11, 2009

Puntabout: Searching out Australia’s sexiest ramps with all six members of Modern Collective By Travis Ferré All Photos by DJ […]

Rip Curl Grom Search: Stop #3

posted by / News / August 11, 2009

Photos by: Daniel Pullen The mid-Atlantic’s top tier teens and pre-teens flocked to the Outer Banks this past Saturday to […]

Reeling In The Years

posted by / News / August 11, 2009

NOAA turns 2008’s tropical season into epic film Some hurricane seasons never stop. Some never start. With 2009 being the […]

Dream Team

posted by / News / August 8, 2009

Team USA wins the Billabong ISA World Surfing Games in Costa Rica for the first time in 13 years Billabong […]

Calling All Groms

posted by / News / August 8, 2009

Junior Grudge Match tells any competitor under 20 to ‘bring it on.’ What happens in Jersey, doesn’t always stay there. […]

Lost and SURFING at the Waterman’s Golf Tournament

posted by / Event, News / August 6, 2009

The …lost/SURFING Magazine Hole Four at the Waterman’s Golf Tournament, held at the St. Regis in Dana Point, went off […]

Timmy Reyes chases swell in Mexico

posted by / News / August 6, 2009

Californian Timmy Reyes steps off the beaten path between world tour events. heck out his latest adventure south of the […]

Deadline Extended For Follow The Light Foundation Grant

posted by / News / August 6, 2009

Follow the Light Foundation Announces Extended Date For Submissions The 2009 Follow the Light Foundation Surf Photographers Grant and change […]

Re-Form

posted by / News / August 4, 2009

SURFING’S iconic lensman Rob Gilley is back at the helm of Pacific Surf Gallery After a 4 year hiatus, one […]

Insight from a bus

posted by / News / August 3, 2009

Insight from a bus By Roving Art Guy Scott Chenoweth It’s chaos. It smells of fermented free souls. It’s loud…deafening, […]

No Easy Street

posted by / News / August 1, 2009

Andrew Gesler takes the hard road, winning his way back into the Garden State Grudge Match Jersey surfers dig adversity. […]

The Plot Thickens

posted by / News / July 31, 2009

Further news of a breakaway pro tour surfaces Speculation is always dangerous. Real estate in California circa 2007. Birthing a […]

Sunshine and Reeling Rights at Noosa

posted by / News / July 31, 2009

Christian Wach’s Australian Travel Blog, Part 2 We had a long forty-five days ahead of us. The points were flat […]

The Drifter Trailer

posted by / News / July 31, 2009

A sneak peek at Poor Specimen’s new Rob Machado project: The Drifter. Drifter Trailer from Poor Specimen on Vimeo.

Arms Rested?

posted by / News / July 30, 2009

Put Last Weeks Sessions To Work For Tomorrow By Matt Walker You surfed your favorite spots for days on end […]

Outer Reefs In Nicaragua

posted by / News / July 30, 2009

A few months ago, SURFING scored on a recent trip to Nicaragua.  Here’s some video of the bigger days at […]

Facebook Reviews: September Issue

posted by / News / July 28, 2009

Last Thursday, we asked fans of SURFING Magazine on Facebook to write critical reviews of any feature from the On […]

A Glorious Shocker

posted by / News / July 26, 2009

The 2009 Hurley U.S. Open of Surfing is already being touted as the best ever. What the hell just happened? […]

ASP Top 17 Join Forces With SURFING Magazine

posted by / News / July 23, 2009

ASP Women’s World Tour 2010 ASP Top 17 Join Forces With SURFING Magazine Pictured (Right): Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 21, reigning […]

Kelly’s Magic Carpet

posted by / News / July 23, 2009

It’s no breaking news that Kelly Slater has been pushing the limits of surfing this year with his choice in […]