WHERE YOU GROW UP SHAPES WHO YOU ARE, BOTH AS A SURFER AND A PERSON.
For those of us lucky enough to grow up in a beach town, we know what it means to be from here.
We know our beaches and our coves, our points and our reefs, what our favorite spot does in the summer on low tide with a south wind, or in min-winter with a west swell and howling offshores. we also know that the surfers who came before us matter, and that it is our collective and affirmative obligation to respect their contribution whilst upholding our end of the deal to take care of the places we call home, and make sure to pay it forward to those following behind us.
Our board riders clubs have taken shape to be the keepers of our culture in these places we call home. To make sure we teach the kids the right way. To give respect and ask for it in return. To encourage the concept of being a complete waterman or waterwoman.
While competition is something we do, it is not who we are. we are our beach clean-ups, our fishing trips, our scholarship dinners, our CPR training sessions. We are our days when we teach at-risk kids how to surf, and our nights at the beach when we gather to talk story. We are us board riders clubs.
Now go surfing…JOIN A CLUB