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With Kelly’s wave pool firmly on tour and the opening of The Wave Bristol last month, let’s take a look at the huge range of artificial wave technology and designs making their way onto our instagram feeds today. 1. The Wave Bristol Bristol, England If you keep even half-an-eye on surf news, social media, or […]
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This month I’m going to delve into some iconic logos in skateboarding, as graphics on boards are such an important aspect skateboarding. It seems as if brand logos have become more important in skateboarding than in any other industry, with people vehemently defending their favourite brands as if their life depended on it. I’m not […]
It’s finally winter: the season of consistent swells and still slightly warm water. The summer crowds have scurried back to the safety of their city apartments, with their 8 foot mini-mal (or second-hand 5’11” pop-out that they found on eBay and still don’t understand why they can’t stand in the 1 foot whitewash) securely stored […]
Picture this: you’re riding in prone on your final wave after a wild winter surf in the North Sea. 120 excruciating minutes battling everything the elements could throw at you; it seemed sunny when you left the beach, right? But the ever-sadist Mother Nature managed to lure you out, before mutating those light offshores into […]
Hi guys Ed here again with this month’s blog. A lot of you seemed to like last month’s blog, tricks you should know, where I talked about tricks that set up a good base for learning other tricks, and are good for a beginner to learn. Some of you guys wanted me to expand on […]
A memoir of 3 weeks spent in Sennen, Cornwall, teaching a French to surf. Read on for a comprehensive recap of why you should learn to surf in Cornwall!
This month’s skate blog is a list of tricks that you should aim to learn. These are all mainly beginner tricks, but the criteria for them to be on this list is that it is either a good base for learning other tricks and advancing or that they look good. Remember for every trick is […]
Hi guys, Ed here again with this month’s blog. I decided to write about some different games you can play on your skateboard. I have taught skateboarding for around 10 years now with people of all abilities and ages and found a few games that work really well with increasing confidence and stability on a […]
This month, I’ve managed to rope your favourite Urban Surfer blogger Ed Bread (Insta: @breadskates) into trying some freestyle skateboarding tricks with myself, Anthony Simm (Insta: @anthonysimmskate). I’ve known Ed for a few years now, since returning to skateboarding after a 12 year break. Both of us spend a lot of time skating at Dynamix […]