“These are Marines. They knew what they were signing up for when they enlisted,” Chief Warrant Officer (Ret.) Shawn Dunn told Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation surf instructors during a briefing at Camp Pendleton.
With the South Bay Boardrider’s contest season winding down, Event #4 presented by ET Surf brought out the surf stoked to 26th st. Manhattan Beach. The breakers ranged in the two to three foot range with occasional four foot set that were perfect for Open Mens and Masters winner Warren Kushner.
“Hotsauce of the Month” is a new feature in Drop Zone LA covering the local hot babes.
Part II of the Dennis Jarvis story chronicling his determination in the world of Surfing and the building of his brand, Spyder Surfboards.
Andy Prunauer is a young local shaper who is making waves with his progressive designs, “Proper Surfboards.”
by Jeff Vincent/DirtyHippieRadio.com It’s been field tested again and again: throw on any number of records from anywhere in the world dated 1962-1977, and it’s clear as the night sky revealing stars behind a blue curtain that something was in the water. It was about the music. About experimentation, and fusing cultures and styles, inventing […]
The Eighth Annual Spyder Surf Fest presented by Kinecta Federal Credit Union returns to Hermosa Beach during the Legends of Surf Weekend April 3-4. The Festival kicks off with the acclaimed comedy “Point Break Live” followed by the Surfers’ Walk of Fame Inductions, the LA Surf Awards, and live music and more.
No one embodies the spirit of surfing more fully than Derek Levy, who will be inducted into the Hermosa Beach Surfer’s Walk of Fame this Saturday, April 4 at the Hermosa Beach pier.
Groms, weather, slip and slide add to the stoke of South Bay Boardrider contest
Mira Costa remains unbeaten as the surf team wins the SBSSA Team challenge held at the Hemosa Beach Pier last Saturday.
Ryan Boyles of IfilmUsurf.com captures and edits a killer video of SBBC event #2 presented by Dive N Surf.
With waves either being too big or completely flat postponing contests the entire season, the South Bay Boardriders Surf Club gets blessed with fun waves and perfect conditions. Competition was fierce with some major upsets through out the divisions.
“The Drip” is a new webisode series dedicated to showcasing local LA surfers from average joes to the pros. For episode one, we sat down to talk to local longboard star Mike Siordia on what really drives his surfing fancy.
On Wednesday, February 25th, Mira Costa beat Palos Verdes in a close meet held at 26th Street in Manhattan Beach. Two to four feet waves were greeted by a brisk offshore wind for excellent conditions.
Despite battling pancreatic cancer, lifelong surfer and local surf icon David “Big Wave Dave” Hamilton Elliot made the pilgrimage to the one place he’d always wanted to visit, the North Shore.