While Blue Crush takes a lot of credit for the burgeoning popularity of surfing in the female demographic, the attractiveness factor has played just as big of a part as the increase in talent. Nearly every surfer on the ASP Women’s World Tour either works as a model or could easily pull it off. Thing is, all a woman has to do nowadays to become a model is look good and know how to surf. Major companies love to create advertisements like these. Richter chicks who surf. Check please.
Hop on board with the Salomon Team as they embark on Team Training, a 3-part web series traveling the diverse terrain of Japan via public railways in search of snowboarding, with no particular destination in mind. From discovering new spots in overcrowded working class cities, (…)
This 2014 season, professional surfer Michel Bourez had some great ups with his first two wins on the WCT at Margaret River and Rio, but he also had some downs. After an early elimination in France, and feeling the need to escape, Bourez tracked some sizable swell in Ireland, (…)
Russian FMX rider Alexey Kolesnikov pulls a an impressive 35m backflip in the darnkess of night at his home training park in Kolomnaю.
After a long ferry ride, the LRG crew arrived in Finland eager to skate. They bided their time for a couple of days in Jyväskylä, a small city in central Finland with great spots. From there, it was off to Helsinki – and the last city on the LRG Pandanavia Tour. Finland (…)
Nathan Sykes and Matt Cordova know how to hold it down when it comes to style.
Here’s Cory shredding to the band No Knife, in the latest film by Bryan Johnson and Riley Mundia, Mecca II. Cory’s part was filmed in So Cal, Costa Rica, and British Columbia.