Cyrus Sutton has taken the minimalist approach to wave riding. Foresaking convention, he bought a van, customized it to his liking, and hit the open road in search of solace and surf.
Since the days of Miki "Da Cat" Dora to "Buttons," "Kanga," "Wingnut" and "Oma," surfing is full of colorful characters with colorful names. Here's a handful of the best of them.
With a year of travel ahead of him, Josh Mulcoy offers up a tour of his hometown of Santa Cruz before he hits the road.
As above-the-lip surfing grows in technicality it's becoming more and more important to slow things down for a frame-by-frame breakdown. Case in point, Kolohe Andino's frontside 360.
Building fiberglass surfboards has always been a toxic business, a fact that's sparked a resurgence in the use of South American balsa wood.