Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Lucille from Stilus Surboards on Vimeo.
From the shallow shores of Scarborough, Western Australia. Shot within a 2 hour period and edited over night by the talented Dana Poklepovich. Song from the gifted hands of the one and only B.B. King
Zac Arena Foster riding a Gato heroi surfboard.
SPIRITUAL MATERIALISM ~ AN ART EXHIBIT BY JOE LAUDER from Deus ex Machina on Vimeo.
Every art exhibit needs an opening party… and this is Joe’s. When the curtains were drawn from the Temple of Enthusiam’s gallery, crowds flocked in to admire his inspiring show. No one had ever seen anything quite like it. Throughout the night the bloke from Brixton did his best to avoid the spotlight, but there was no denying that he was smack bang in the middle of it. We here at the Temple feel incredibly lucky to have gotten to know Joe during his month spent here as resident artist, and we look forward to his return, whenever that may be.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Monday, November 24, 2014
Friday, November 21, 2014
One Morning With Richie Cravey from Bird Man Media on Vimeo.
One morning with Richie Cravey. Logging some near perfect waves in San Diego a few weeks back.
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Friday, November 14, 2014
Flama chats with Bob McTavish: trim&weight in surfboards from Flama Surf on Vimeo.
Have you ever considered weight when choosing a new surfboard? Weight can be a good thing, a pretty good one actually!
¿Alguna vez has tenido en cuenta el factor peso al escoger una nueva tabla? El peso puede ser algo bueno, incluso ¡muy bueno!
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Tuesday, November 11, 2014
PLAYDATE de Crème from Gato Bask on Vimeo.
New Crème model shaped by Robin Kegel : The PLAYDATE
Shot in one session at la côte des basques.
Hepcat : Robin Falxa
Music : Lionel Hampton star dust
Shot and edited by : Clément Maillet/ Yrwan Garcia Léal
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Today I’m going to feature a guest post from the authors of the popular longboard blog, Review Longboards, who are writing about the Loaded Bhangra longboard.
The Loaded Bhangra longboard is the successor to the Loaded Dancer, a very popular board that certainly lives up to its name with its wild success at “dancing” down a hill. Loaded took a slightly different direction with this board aiming for excellence in all areas of longboarding rather than just focusing on one aspect.
First the board itself. The total length of the board is 48.5’’ which sounds ridiculous but it actually suits this board very well. When you also take into account, that this is actually shorter than the Loaded Dancer, the length seems more reasonable. This length though, combined with a weight of 10 lbs with all the components, means that this board is not the best for rides where you’ll have to carry your board a lot. Another aspect that this board does excel in though is included components. When buying it complete from Amazon or from Loaded, the board comes with very good Paris trucks and Orangatang wheels.
Now how does it feel when you ride it? Amazing. The board is slightly concave and covered in grip tape which ensures that when riding, you won’t slip. I have heard some complaints about the slickness of the grip tape but by and large the grip tape is effective for its intended use. Compared to regular Loaded boards, the board has less flex but it definitely makes up for it in agility and turns. It has an amazing turning radius for its long length and can easily make a 90 degree sidewalk turn at moderate speeds. In fact, that might be one of the most amazing things about this board: it rides with a smaller board’s agility combined with the speed and stability of a longer board. Ultimately, it is one of the best all around boards I’ve seen and is especially great for carving, tricks, and freeskating.
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Special thanks to David Holmes
Friday, October 31, 2014
Builders Tea from Bing Surfboards on Vimeo.
Bing Surfboards team rider James Parry soaks in his last few surfs before heading back to UK where he'll recharge with his daily cup of Builders Tea before heading out on another world surf adventure. Fellow Bing Surfboards team rider Mick Rodgers joins in on the action.
- James Parry/James Parry Model/@jimmyjamesparry
- Mick Rodgers/Silver Spoon/@mrrodgers_neighborhood
Music: Ton Fatata Te Miti - By The Sea
Camera/Edit: Aaron Kim
Monday, October 27, 2014
A SINGLE MOMENT WITH NEAL PURCHASE JNR from Rhythm Livin on Vimeo.
A cinema piece by Nathan Tommassi following the complete process of iconic surfboard craftsman Neal Purchase Jnr, shaping his Angourie Corrugated Single Fin model all the way through to riding the finished product.
Music by Neal Purchase jnr.
Friday, October 24, 2014
Disini - Indonesia | Husni Ridhwan from Kane Del Mar on Vimeo.
At home with Husni Ridhwan, one of the best humans/riders going round and its easy to see why with the amazing people he is surrounded by in his hometown. Although it was offseason there was still some gold to be had.
- Track -
Run Rabbit Run - Down the Line
- Film & Edit -
Kane Del Mar
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Volcom Stone presents… Ryan Burch… The Rush of the Continuous Rhythm from Volcom on Vimeo.
Ryan Burch puts the pedal to the metal on the walls of Bangko-Bangko and pulls into some heavy ones at Grajagan Bay after sharing a few thoughts on self-expression, how surfing and the asymmetrical boards he shapes fit into that, and what it is about being on a wave that excites him.
Direct & Edit
Jimmy “Jazz” James
- Music -
Song: “Ain’t Gonna Listen”
Artist: Slow Season
Courtesy of Riding Easy Records http://www.ridingeasyrecords.com