For more on Cory, Shea, and Pete’s epic East Coast discovery, check out our June issue, available on newsstands now.
Cory Lopez on finding world-class tubes in his backyard.
Corey, Yes. Shea, yes. Wavejet, no. No. NO.
Peter Mendia is an epic human….sick tube at the end
Been surfing there for a looong time…..
Only seen it that good a few times.
Thanks for not mentioning the location.
i know where that is…hehehe
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Its about time someone surfed this, its right in our face in the city and nobody ever paddles to it. Hint…….cruise ships pass it all day long. Don’t let me spoil the fun.