Highlights of Mexi Log Fest 2021. Best longboarders and a week of good waves at Punta Burros, Mexico. After 3 years in La Saladita and 1 year of not running, Mexi Log Fest went to Punta Burros, right next to Sayulita where it originally started.
Find more about Mexi Log Fest: http://www.mexilogfest.com/
We are having a General Membership Meeting on Tuesday, 10/19/21 at 5:30 pm located at 4277 Transport in Ventura.
Please bring a chair and outdoor space will be available.
Agenda will include 2022 Board Elections, C Street Classic Report, Hobson Halloween Event, and Volunteering.
Only active members may nominate and vote in the upcoming election. If you wish to join, click on this link to become a member.
The results from the 2021 C Street Classic are IN. Click here to see who won in each division!
5 Questions is a new Project on this channel, i like to introduce to you interesting cool characters from the Surfing World!
The first episode is with Mr. Larry Mcgraw, i met him on our last Strike Mission to G-Land/Java, he already spend a few months there this year and was ripping at Money Trees with only a few other guys out on the big day! He is 72 year’s old and he doesn’t think he will stop surfing any time soon!
Ziobaffa has put together a collection of classic footage curated by filmmaer Jason Baffa (One California Day, Singlefin Yellow, Bella Vita).
“Lost Reels” dips into the archives of talented fellow filmmakers in addition to his personal vault. Each installment will highlight iconic locales and world class surfers.
Episode One provided by filmmaker Nathan Oldfield featuring the fine footwork of Devon Howard. Nathan is best known for his films The Church of the Open Sky and The Heart & The Sea.
Drop into this new series brought to you by our good friends at Ziobaffa Organic Wines.
Shot on the South Shore of Oahu, Toots is a short film that tracks the day-to-day workings and happenings of Arthur “Toots” Anchinges, and puts visual motion to our profile of the Queens big-boarder from TSJ 29.5. As you’ll see, Toots has built a simplified life that revolves around the things he enjoys most—surfing, shaping boards, and hanging with his girlfriend, Caroline Motley, and their dogs, Birdie and Bonnie, around Town and at their Waikiki apartment.
“Toots has become this sort of ubiquitous character in and around Honolulu,” says Keith Kandell, the film’s director. “There are photos of him surfing Queens plastered on the walls of construction sites, and in surf shop windows. He cuts such a unique figure, naturally I was curious about him. When the opportunity to make a film about him came about, I jumped at it. I grew up surfing in Waikiki and hold a deep affinity for the place and it’s beachboy culture. So the fact that he’s a Queens staple and lives in Waikiki really sold it for me. He generously allowed me into his world and I found myself in awe of his steadfast, uniquely creative and graceful approach to all he does. Toots embodies this lineage by letting his actions do the talking—in his daily life, in his craft of making surfboards, and in his surfing.”
A warm summer afternoon with team rider Joel Tudor riding his new Wayne Rich single fin.
Shot & Cut by Nick Jones