By now you’ve seen surf websites and social media flooded with proof that yes, Kirra, on the Gold Coast, did in fact achieve perfection last thursday. This clip from the Mad Hueys offers a little more.
The Webbie Show 2, no exotic locations, no budget, just a whole lot of determination mixed in with tons of creativity. During filming Mark suffered a few injuries and set backs and at times it seemed he was not going to finish it.
The award winning Biologic PostPump 2.0 is a bicycle seat post that also has a powerful floor pump integrated inside it.
You simply use the saddle as the pump handle and utilize the foldable foot stand on the other end for stability.
Fits both Presta and Schrader valves:
Now you can patch up your tire tube, pump it up, and continue riding without worrying about carrying around a hand pump.
Until about four years ago, Jeff McCallum of McCallum Surfboards did every step himself. He has since inherited and collected a team with more than 100 plus years of surfboard manufacturing. He buids 6 exclusive boards per week, all by hand, with a focus on quality, not quantity…
The day after the 2013 Quiksilver Pro finished, Kirra turned on in a way that it hadn’t done so for the last 10 – 15 years. Clear skies, clear water and a nice groundswell courtesy of Tropical Cyclone Sandra pulsing endless lines into the once fabled Gold Coast point break of the 70′s, 80′s and 90′s. I admit it, I blew it….
Aquabumps and Land Rover celebrate this famous surf route in the short Film ‘The East Coast Institution, a road trip from Sydney to the Gold Coast’ . Beginning in Sydney and ending at Snapper Rocks a total of 844 km’s – The home of the Quiksilver Pro, The first stop on the Association of Surfing professionals calender at the infamous Super Bank.
In this video, sponsored by clothing company Vooray, you can see two big slingshots shooting people down a slip and slide! Have a look at the video…
The thrill of driving an elite sports car to the brink of its mechanical limitations is something many of us will only watch on TV (or if you’re a real diehard for rumbling engines and impressive speeds) the grandstands. For those of us who fiend the need for speed — but don’t have the capital to hop into a sports car — video game racing has been wetting our appetites since 1974. See which games you remember best below.