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‘Voices for the Ocean’ Showcases Powerhouse of Female Surfers

It’s a simple concept. If you love a place, you’re more willing to protect it. Surfers Belinda Baggs, Liz Clark, and Moona Whyte have one simple request of you: spend a little time outside. Whether it’s a walk about your neighborhood, a pedal on your favorite section singletrack, or a surf session at the beach, use this time outside to dwell on what you love about these places. Then, they insist, put that passion to good use.

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We’re one of the first generations to be physically affected by climate change, and we’re likely the last ones to actually be able to make a difference. Now more than ever, the little things help, and can culminate into something bigger.

To act now check out Patagonia's Action Works initiative: https://pat.ag/ProtectYourPeaks

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Checking in From Lake Tahoe – These Guys Went Surfing
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Checking in From Lake Tahoe – These Guys Went Surfing

Checking in From Lake Tahoe – These Guys Went Surfing

Strange times require some creativity to stay stoked. With resorts closed, and heavy snow making backcountry riding too hazardous, surfing seemed like the best option for these Tahoe locals. Who even knew you could surf Tahoe? Turns out that during heavy snowstorms, there are some secret beach breaks out on the Lake! RELATED: Stay STOKED – TGR’s Guide To The Best ContentThe boys scored epic waves surfing on Lake Tahoe today!! Although all the resorts are shit down, we can still find a way to

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Jamie O’Brien Built a Slip And Slide At Banzai Pipeline
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Jamie O’Brien Built a Slip And Slide At Banzai Pipeline

Jamie O’Brien Built a Slip And Slide At Banzai Pipeline

If there’s someone who really knows how to have a good time at the beach, it’s probably pro surfer and Youtube personality Jamie O’Brien. While some of the stunts might be a bit questionable, this one looks pretty damn fun for when we can all get back together like normal. That is, once we have this whole COVID-19 social distancing thing behind us. For now, stay put, and don’t congregate on the beach. RELATED: Stephane Gilmore Wants to Teach You How To Surf JOB brought together a bunch of

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Stephanie Gilmore Wants to Teach You How to Surf
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Stephanie Gilmore Wants to Teach You How to Surf

Stephanie Gilmore Wants to Teach You How to Surf

Surfing can feel like a nuanced and intimidating sport. But if you’ve got a teacher like Stephanie Gilmore, you’re in good hands. It’s hard not to have a girl crush on the seven-time world champion and all-around queen of style. Her segment with Dave Rastovich in is still one of our all-time favorites. RELATED: Watch Stephanie Gilmore in TGR’s ‘Proximity’ So, we’ll take any opportunity to surf more like her. Lesson one starts with the tools of the trade: How to find the right board for you.