Here’s a transcript of an article I wrote for IKSURF Mag earlier this year. It’s all about facing fears that prevent you from pushing your personal limits and can be applied to kitesurfing, surfing, SUP, public speaking, or just about … Read More
Last weekend, the most unique surf sports competition in the UK took place at Watergate Bay. After a hiatus in 2014, Legend of the Bay was back for a second time to unite the disciplines of wave kitesurfing and standup … Read More
Hello crew! I am delighted to announce the new Reboot kitesurfing course. I have been carefully putting this together over the last few months and packed it with loads of stuff that kiters of different abilities and aspirations will find … Read More
Here’s a little highlight reel of last winter’s surfing and kitesurfing action around Cornwall. In this little clip we’ve got Daymer Bay, Porthleven, Watergate, Fistral, even Praa Sands, oh, and a little bit of dropping in at the Cribbar right … Read More
Well, since we had an old school summer with all that sunshine and people wearing neon stuff, I thought we might be in for a classic September and a volley of hurricane swells for our delectation, but alas, we have … Read More
This has definitely been the best summer I’ve ever known, even better than the hazy childhood one of 1984 with my fluorescent socks and beloved BMX bike with mag wheels and pads. My mate Smiler reckons his dad predicted it … Read More
Ciao all, it’s been a couple of weeks since I posted, July was very busy what with wrapping up the latest issue of SUP Magazine, available now on iTunes and in all WH Smiths, and teaching lots of surfing, SUP, … Read More
Hey all, A quick but exciting update here to tell you that for the upcoming Kitesurf Ocean Confidence Course on 13th-14th July at Watergate Bay, Cornwall, I have teamed up with my very good friend and world class kitesurfer Will … Read More
Last weekend I ran the first Kitesurfer’s Ocean Confidence Course of 2013, and it was a real blast. I cap numbers on this course to six people, so due to demand I have set up another course to run in … Read More
Does the natural act of going surfing help you contribute to making the world a better place or are you just being a selfish layabout who should start taking life more seriously?
When I get into surf of this size I really rely on my equipment to do what is asked of it. You want to be able to focus 100% on navigating your way down that face and you don’t want any doubts in your mind that your gear is up to the task.
Big thanks to my great mate Phil Akister for giving up his leisurely Sunday morning to shoot us!
Well there’s nothing for it but to drift off to sleep in a golden slumber and dream of stars drifting through space and radiating light and life down on to cold distant planets and heating hydrogen – oxygen combos to create disturbances what leads to all sorts of things which lets us go surfing.