We're all pretty stoked to have Jeffreys Bay back on the ASP World Tour map - but probably no more than locals like Travis Logie who got in some pre-comp surfs with his home team along Durban's coastline (exact locations kept on the DL).



Lions and tigers and barrels, hell yeah. There's a lot to love about J-Bay - if a lay day is called where else on tour can you go and hang out with lions and tigers?

Jeremy Flores has made the most of his trip to Africa free surfing uncrowded glassy rights.



First there was Derek Hynd and recently Brad Domke taking on Puerto Escondido. It seems more and more surfers are having a crack at riding finless boards. Why? Why not.


Check out the clip to see Mikey take his new finless sled for a spin - you can feel the stoke as he embraces a new way of riding.


Matt Banting is killing it right now. He’s just won his third ASP 6-Star QS comp and the chances of qualifying for the WCT next year are looking pretty darn good.

We caught up with Matt in between trips – he’d just landed from South Africa and he’s about to jet off to LA for the US Open. Life’s tough.

Nearly every surfer who visits Bali falls in love with the place – the waves, the culture, the food, the people, the sunsets, the good times. What’s not to love?

The gods were smiling on Sunday as glassy sets rolled into Uluwatu. Surfing six person heats, our team riders sat in the line-up with frothing surfers whose entry fee pays to keep the clean-up project going. Everyone was stoked. Among the crew was a 16 year old from Barbados, expats, Uluwatu locals, and the Quiksilver work experience kid from the Bali office. They took turns to get barreled (or go over the falls trying) with team riders and legends. Freddy P, Matt Hoy, Craig Anderson, Jake Paterson, Mark Richards, Rosy Hodge, Bruna Schmitz and Kelia Moniz were in the water. Plus the local crew Dede Suryana, Tipi Jabrik, Rio Waida. Not a bad line-up.