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Back in gear

I’ve slacked on my site recently but I’ll be posting more now. Here’s the town welcoming sign for the AWT pistol river contest. People are really friendly here it’s gonna be a show.

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Santa Cruzing

Had a great time in Santa Cruz. The windsurf community in California is awesome. The contest went off in good conditions and I’m happy with my first place finish. If you haven’t windsurfed this coast I highly recommend it. There’s a charm to the west coast that you don’t have in other locations. The forests and mountains make for an unreal backdrop when your riding waves. Next stop is Pistol River which is another great venue.
See you on the water!

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Santa Cruz

Killing time in Santa Cruz..

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Let the games begin

Ok were here in Santa Cruz for the AWT event. The line up of riders looks insane conditions are on the way.

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Thomas Traversa rules!!

Thomas Traversa in Wind Mag…

check it out here

 

 

 



NEW TOYS ARE HERE….

It’s that time of the year when the new toys arrive.   It’s fun to see the creative process come together with the final product.  I rode the new LS quad and thruster boards yesterday and had a blast.  Very happy on the colors, the feel, the performance and to know that what I rode the other day is what everyone everywhere can enjoy very soon!  The graphics are wild and flashy and stand out on the water.  We also spiced up the sails which I like.  This red has always been my favorite color and I’ve been begging to bring it back and now it’s here!  Let me know your thoughts..

 



Love this vid!

Don’t ever think there’s one way to do anything.  Short board surfing has dominated popular culture but people are breaking out in new ways to rip and see the ocean.  It’s nice to see something fresh for a change.

 





Get fired up!!

Stoked on this video makes me what to go windsurf!!

 

 



Jimmie Hepp photo Sequence

Stoked on this sequence from Jimmie thanks bud.  Pretty cool how dedicated Mr. Hepp is. He does what he does because he loves the sport.  I wonder if windsurfing would’ve been bigger if there were more people like him pushing it.