YOU won’t catch Nic Muscroft moaning about the heat in Ceylon, hell no, he’s out hunting remote pointbreaks, making friends with gun-toting militia and using his brute strength to get local vehicles back out on the road. Bah, it’s all in a day’s work for the Victorian wave slasher.
Nic uses superhuman strength to get the tuktuk back on the highway on his return from an epic trip down the Sri Lankan coast. Keeping the roads safe has always been part of the Muscroft deal.
With military checkpoints safely negotiated, Nic arrives at tropical righthander HQ and proceeds to bury the portside rail of his magical surfing apparatus.
Mush gets his passport stamped and talks about the cricket with the local soldiers but doesn’t leave without giving a few pointers on the correct etiquette on a mid-lane change of tyres. He also checked the oil in their Mahindra jeepney, and reminded them their 80000km service was almost due. Shield—-
The Yeti is real and we chased it through forest and stream in the dead of the PNW winter.
A cacophony of bells reverberated around the sandstone cliffs of Bells Beach on Wednesday, announcing the wins of two wholly unsurprising victors.
The Approaching Lines Festival is a three-night extravaganza showcasing the cream of UK and International surf filmmaking.
Two Argentinian brothers journey into the myth infused archipelago of Patagonia.
Drawn in by the ugly perfection of P-Pass, Alex and Koa Smith journeyed to those isolated dots of sand in the western Pacific and ended up scoring one of the best sessions of the year.