This is why they call Mason Ho Prince of the North Shore

This is why they call Mason Ho Prince of the North Shore

VIDEO

This is why they call Mason Ho Prince of the North Shore

What more is there that can be said about Mason Ho that you don’t know already know? Ho grew up at Sunset Beach as North Shore royalty; his dad Mike is still the man at Pipe, his uncle Derek was Hawaii’s first ever world champ, and his sister Coco is a mainstay on the women’s world tour.

Ho’s the guy who once said, “I don’t lose heats, I just occasionally run out of time,” and coined Red Bull Surfing’s Instagram ethos of surfing loud and talking soft in a Made In Hawaii episode Red Bull dedicated to surfing’s ambassador of fun.

The Latest

1hr

Jason Watts brings new meaning to style with his first full-part for Vans BMX by riding everything from bowls to street to trails and drains – you’ve never seen some of these moves before. From San Diego to LA, Las Vegas and Australia – Jason’s style (…)

3hr

Few surfers love blizzard barrels more than New Jersey’s Sam Hammer, Mike Gleason, and Rob Kelly. Parts of the United States’ northeast is piled with snow right now, after a blizzard ripped through town. While most people are trying hard to stay warm, diehard (…)

1d

The Snake, meaning the Ride The Snake trail that Mat Crepel and his crew built for the annual snowboarding event. It’s half race, half pipe, and all core. Ride The Snake is built for imagination. And that’s exactly what this year’s winner Anthony Holland hit it (…)

More BNQT
Home