Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Cyrus Sutton--The Surfer's Journal

Cyrus Sutton scored the cover of Surfers Jounral with this amazing shot from his Go-Pro that he had mounted on the end of a pole. This shot represents what logging is all about, tip time :) Well done Cy.

Redhead Beach, the last day of Spring 2011.

My mate Dave Chung has had 22 surfs this past month and this is the sunrise that greeted him this morning. Getting up early makes it worth while when you get to whitness colours like this and it's a bonus when the waves are on your side. It's a beautiful day outside.

Saturday, November 26, 2011


The surf has been pretty ordinary this week so I've found a couple pics of local Bing team rider Jack Norton getting a few waves earlier in the year. The top snap was at Catho on his Bing Trimulux and the bottom one's at a reliable little bank that was hanging around Blackies this winter on his Bing Elevator.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Foam Symmerty Magazine Launch Party

Foam Symmetry Magazine Launch. Raen Sunnies & Art Park gear to give away. Gallery featuring the works of Dane Peterson, Duncan Macfarlane, Simon Perini & Matt Johnson.
The Koala Khronicles - a Film By Taylor Birdman Larison - making its Australian Debut.
You know its gonna be rad!
The Sugarmill Fine Surf Emporium
2/1329 Pittwater Rd,
Narrabeen, New South Wales, Australia

Monday, November 14, 2011

Alove Clothing Movie

Found this little clip by California based clothing lable ALOVE. I enjoyed it so thought I'd share it with you all. Hope you enjoy it too.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Bing Trimulux

Aussie Bing team rider Jack Norton has been riding his Trimulux the past couple of months and has given it the thumbs up. We've now got a 9'2" and a 9'6" on their way over.

From the Bing website:Available as a square tail or a pintail, this model’s name says it all. This board can be ridden 2” smaller in length then most traditional single fins because of it’s relatively little rocker. Flat on the deck and the bottom with a slight blended concave, Matt keeps this model an 1/8” thinner than most of the Bing models while maintaining the board’s thickness to an eggy 50/50 rail. This gives the board extra glide and turning sensitivity as well as ample noseriding ability for it’s size. The surfer who chooses this model will get a whole lot of performance without a whole lot of board!