Known as "the bible of the sport," SURFER Magazine has been the foremost authority on surf culture since its founding in 1960. Every issue is packed with award-winning photography, provocative interviews, and travel features to the world's most exotic surf locales.
After surviving a near-fatal brain infection and losing most of his skull in surgery, Timmy Turner 2.0 is still “feral”â€”he’s just colder now that the doctors have told him to adjust his latitude.
How do you keep a secret spot secret? A handful of the best deep-cover operatives in the business weigh in with their conspiracy theories.
Surfers should care about the environmentâ€”its health is vital to the nature of our pursuit. But after balancing the demands of modern life with our obsession with riding waves, activism often falls by the waysideâ€”a fact Surfrider CEO Jim Moriarty and other green organizations are quickly learning. So, what’s the solution? Brad Melekian investigates.
A group of “fun-loving wave gypsies” drag more than 50 boardsâ€”alaias, logs, fish, quads, and even the odd thrusterâ€”onboard a boat in the Spice Islands to get weird, talk watercraft, and ride anything, anywhere, anytime in absolutely perfect conditions.
Peak moments from the season-opening wave-salvo on the Gold Coast.