Shane Allen has a knack for sniffing out any pool and he’s been ripping this one for years. Bill Sharp captures the shred session.
On a recent pilgrimage to New York, Pilgrim Surf managed to get Joel Tudor in a headlock long enough to dig into his mind and the history behind his legacy on the east and west coast.
"Supernatural is the only word that applies to Joel Tudor and his grace on a surfboard."
Sector 9 riders, Alvin Segovia, Louis Pilloni, and Max Capps along with local homie Jimmy Riha, enjoy a California sunset on a winding canyon run down to the beach.
Posted In New Music Tuesday by admin Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Nashville’s lovable loners, Natural Child, will be releasing their next album 'Dancin' With Wolves' later this month. It rumbles over via the boys at Burger Records on the 25th. Their first single, "Saturday Night Blues", rolls in like a flatbed truck on a small town weekend. Crack it open and listen to it here.
From the hills of San Pedro comes new 9er Alvin Segovia. Our friend Jimmy Riha and his Rad Train put out a styling edit showcasing Alvin's steady flow from the picturesque shores of San Diego.
Eric Geisleman takes the skate to surf with a perfectly executed Varial to Fakie in Hawaii.
See the full sequence on Surfline: http://www.surfline.com/surf-news/sequence-of-the-week-eric-geiselman_106168/
Here is a little taste of what transpired at the 2014 Guajataka Downhill in Puerto Rico. Victor E. was doing hot laps up and down the hill by request from the Mayor! Look back for the full video coming soon...
Surfers everywhere flock to Hawaii during the winter for warmer waters and big swell. Harrison Roach is one of them and he makes it worth his time. From long barrels, to racing rights, nose-riding, and mini cover-ups, Harrison gets it all.
Posted In Sector 9 - Downhill Division by admin Wednesday, January 29, 2014
We are proud to announce that little man Chance Gaul threw down in a big way at the Guajataka slide jam in Puerto Rico. His massive 360's off the launch ramps concreted his dominance among the field. Felizidades Chance!
You can find yourself in some weird spots living on the road in a touring band. You may even be at the bottom of the Bread Bowl having to play your way out. Joe Buckyourself and Viva Le Vox become the lab rats for our first installment of the Ramp Rock experiment.