Kai Lenny isn’t just all weird foil boards these days. Just before Maui got pummeled by one of its infamous storms, he spent some quality time surfing Jaws and the outer reefs strapped into his tow board. And by quality time surfing, we mean Kai landed some huge airs and made one of the heaviest waves in the world look like a two-foot shorebreak.
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
With France now joining the list of nations worldwide ordering citizens to stay at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, here’s a look at the last day of surfing that went down at the infamous Hossegor break in the southwestern corner of the country. It’s funny how looking at something so simple as surfers getting absolutely barreled can bring joy in times like these! Must have been quite the feeling to be out in the lineup that day, knowing the whole world was about the flip on its head.
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. RELATED: Stay Stoked - TGR’s Best Content to Stream Now We’re one