Monday, December 21, 2015
KOALA KHRONICLES: The Noosa Legends of Gnarnia from Birdman Media on Vimeo.
From the salty shores of Southern California to the point breaks of Noosa Heads Australia, comes Birdman Media's newest longboard surf film Koala Khronicles: The Noosa Legends of Gnarnia.
Birdman Media's sequel to 2012's "Koala Khronicles", will take a journey back to Noosa Heads, spreading good vibes, camaraderie, and the aloha spirit of longboard surfing.
With friends and logs in hand, Koala Khronicles part 2 features a hand full of longboard surfers from around the world; Jerry Swearingen, Jackson Winter, Karina Rozunko, Lola Mignot, Mele Saili, Mitch Surman, Mick Rodgers, Alex Bullpitt, Brett Caller, Dean Petty, Makala H Smith, Tory Gilkerson, Tara Franz, Matthew Dalton, Jake Bevan, Ricky Cunningham, Taylor Jensen, Josh Constable, Mark Sharp, Thomas Bexon, and David Arganda.
Surf sessions by day, party sessions by night, with sleeping in between.
Featuring soundtrack by GROWWLER
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Thursday, December 17, 2015
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Friday, December 11, 2015
Every once in a while team Perropro decides to go on adventures.
On the road, the skateboard becomes a tool that goes beyond the freestyle; it becomes a device for discovery. There is a big difference between being a tourist and a traveler. Seeking adventures through skateboarding brings you to the real experience of enjoying a new culture from the inside.
Skateboarding is a language that transcends cultures and breaks barriers no matter where in the world you are. Like the backpacker with a guitar the skateboard creates conversations without the need for words.
Bruno is currently living in the Caribbean Islands working on an ecological project helping to reverse the neglect for our environment. Camilo and Alberto traveled from Columbia and Los Angeles respectively to join Bruno on his quest and to learn about his mission.
This is the story of 3 friends that exploring the wild and beautiful region of Samana. A place full of exotic vegetation and wonderful locals always smiling and willing to help with a broken motorbike. Often in awe, the locals saw a totally new way to interact with their tiny town.
Featuring the Orangatang Onsen (58mm, 100a) and prototype hybrid wheels.
Dane, thank you for sharing the link! Ride on!