WHAT: Ride your first wave with the Hurley team in Hermosa Beach, CA, as Hurley hosts Catch Your First Wave session on International Surfing day with Pipe Master and surf icon Rob Machado. Enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks, learn how you can do your part for the environment with Hurley H20 and Waves For Water, and receive a Hurley x ISD goodie bag. Surf equipment including surfboards and wetsuits will be provided by Hurley and Spyder Surf Shop.
WHO: Pipe Master and surfing icon Rob Machado, 20x X-Games Medalist Bob Burnquist, and Dane Zaun, among others,
WHY: Encouraging everyone to experience the joy of surfing by getting out and catching their first wave with Hurley athletes.
WHEN: Friday, June 20, 6AM-3PM
WHERE: Hermosa Beach Pier, North side
Additional information from Hurley on additional International Surfing Day events and locations:
International Surfing Day, held annually on or near the summer solstice, is a great day to celebrate the sport of surfing — and an even better day to share it. On June 20th, we want to celebrate ISD with you, and help you catch your first wave.
- LOS ANGELES: Come down to Hermosa Beach Pier from 6AM-3PM and catch your first wave with Pipe Master Rob Machado, learn how you can do your part for the environment with Hurley H2Oand Waves for Water, and receive a Hurley x ISD free goodie bag. Don’t have a board or wetsuit? No worries – all equipment will be provided
- NEW YORK: From 6AM-3PM, we’ll be down at Long Beach Blvd with 2X World Champ Carissa Moore, Mikey Detemple, as well as the crew from Skudin Surf Camp. All equipment will be provided, along with a Hurley x ISD goodie bag.
- SOUTH AFRICA: Surfers Corner, Muizenberg, Cape Town
- COSTA RICA: In front of Hotel Mango Mar on Playa Jaco, 9AM
- SYDNEY: South Avalon Beach, 7AM-4PM
- INDONESIA; Kuta Beach, Bali, 7AM-12PM
- JAPAN: Shonan Tsujido Beach, 10AM-12:30PM
- FRANCE: La Cote des Basques, Biarritz, 3PM
Can’t make it to any of the events? Celebrate the tenth anniversary of ISD anyway by going out and catching your first wave, documenting it, and then adding the footage to the #surfandenjoy hashtag on Instagram. You could even be featured in our recap video.
Image courtesy Hurley