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Anonymous surfer in south-west of France. Photo by C. Naslain, 2016.
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polite F"£K O*$ - IAM GOING TO TALK ON BEHALF OF MYSELF ABOUT STUFF WHICH RELATES TO NOTHING AND THAT NOONE CARES ABOUT. IAM GOING TO DO IT ALOT TO WASTE AS MUCH SPACE AS POSIBLE. PLEASED TO SEE SO MANY CHICS IN THE WATER THIS YEAR, BUT CAN ALL PEOPLE WITH SHORT FUSES REMOVE THEM SELVES FROM B`THM BEFORE MY ANGER RAISES ABOVE A LEVEL THAT I CAN CONTROL (jt,ETC).
how many you missed. - How many decent surf breaks have you missed. Where is cayton bay etc at scarborough. Classic break on its day. Plus you missed the most inportant. North wales. Go to a1 surf and check out the famous friday 13th swell. Now thats what im talkin about. Hells mouth rocks....
thurso east - if you want waves and have stones , thurso east is the best spot in britain, no doubt in my mind, although the hebrides also rock
August surf - August not a great time for surf on any coast in the UK. If you do come, have a back up plan i.e. be prepared to do something other than surf.Better conditions await you in France, warmer water and a better chance of decent swell, but it will be mid August....Coming back to my main point, at that time of year just cruise around, if you get waves then great, but don't come expecting epic surf.
August - Need some help! I'll be in the Uk for 2 weeks mid-august. What are the chances that I will be able to score some surf. I can drive where ever I want/need to be for some waves. Croyde, Cornwall, Newquey, where is the best chance for some surf. Or should I just by-pass the surfing in England and head to France? Please help me out. Peace
Are there any birds using this site - I am on the market for a surfing bird (not a shitehawk).
surf budy - Hi, I am an Australian guy currently working in Norway. I have a car and am planning on driving through England on the way to surf France. I am looking to hook up with another surfer for this trip, guys or girls welcome. So if your up for 2 or 3 weeks of exploring, surfing and prety much just enjoying life in July get in touch. I can pick someone up and drop them of from most places in the UK
Any surfing chicks out there? - I am looking for a hardcore surf-bird to share time with. Sadly there are none in the S.W. so it seems. I would be rather stoked if I was proved wrong. Drop me a mail [excuse the funny email address!]
Brasilian Surfboards - I represent some of the best surf companies and shapers in Brasil.I'm loking for someone to be my representative in UK or any contact in surfshop. We just work with the best material in the market and the price is very competitive because of our currency is depreciate. Tks, Eilon.
By Hillbilly hedgehog
Bournemouth - I took my board up about 15 years ago and it was headhigh and messy. It was good fun. I reckon wherever you are in the UK you get the best vibe in the water. The best I have experienced is Yorkshire. Those guys are so stoked, not cool like the twats in the water around Bude and Newquay. I reckon next time you are in the water and someone gives you the "Fuck off, I'm so cool attitude" we should paddle over and hit them with a stick. I also think we should ignore the restrictions on surfing imposed by draconian lifeguards. One bloke at Fistral threatened to confiscate my board, the only good peak was the one in the swimming area (it was also well overhead). I should have hit the rude bastard.
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