Matix Clothing and Tyler Surfboards team up for a collection that reflects timeless style, performance, hot rod culture and surfing's roots. Tyler Hatzikian has over 25-years of commitment to improving his skills as both a shaper and glasser. Tyler’s surfboards are not only far from replica, they are developing a reputation of being iconic on their own. He is proud to carry on the planer after following the footsteps of the legendary craftsmen of his local surf community in the South Bay.
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The South Bay’s Alex Gray was awarded “Wave of the Winter” last Thursday at the South Bay Big Wave Challenge Night held at the Hermosa Beach Playhouse. The event commemorated surfers brave enough to take on the heavies and the photographers who captured them. It was a epic night celebrating a winter to remember, especially the first weekend of March, which produced the biggest swell since the El Nino year of 1983. Read more »
“I look forward to taking it surfing, cruising down Hermosa Avenue and the Esplanade and making it my daily driver,” he said and joked, “and maybe letting my wife drive it if she’s lucky.” DZ Read more »
One of my favorite things about diving our local waters is sharing the beauty of the sea with others. On many occasions I exited the water, only to have a curious beachgoer ask me what I saw down there. After trying to explain how wonderful slugs, worms, snails and algae can be, my fiance and I began printing identification cards with our underwater photos. Like a religious convert I love sharing what I have found with others. Read more »
In between studies in the middle of his fall semester, young Colton Sarlo dreamed of getting away.
“Colton came up to me and was like, ‘Dad, I want to get tubed,” Malibu Legend and Father, Allen Sarlo said. “I said, ‘We’re going to P-Pass for Christmas vacation.” Read more »
This month’s Pulse looks back at the months of February and March. As the seasons change from winter to spring and the days get longer, North LA has a lot to look forward to and the close of winter did not disappoint. Read more »
During his induction into the Hermosa Beach Surfer’s Walk of Fame on Saturday, retired lifeguard John McFarlane, 86, recalled trying to explain to his USC fraternity brothers why he went surfing every time he had a vacation Read more »
Fenton Scholes, Dick “Mo” Meine Fenton “Fent” Scholes is the sole surviving member of the Palos Verdes Surf Club, founded in 1935. This Saturday he and Mo Meine, who passed away March 26 at age 96, will... Read more »
Presentations of the LA Surf Awards will highlight the Seventh Annual Spyder Surf Fest on Saturday at the Hermosa Beach Pier Plaza, following the Walk of Fame ceremonies. The festival and will include music by the Bixby... Read more »
9th Annual Hermosa Historical Society Surf Film Fest Meet and greet new and past Surfer’s Walk of Fame inductees. View surfboard museum collection, including commemorative boards honoring the 60th Anniversary of Dive N’ Surf and their founders... Read more »