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Howdy gang, still surfing?

Howdy gang, still surfing?

You should be...even if you are back at work with your nose to the grindstone. Heaps of things have been going on since we spoke last. While I think of it have you seen the sub tropical Low off the East Coast? Some of us have been getting lots of waves in and others like our brothers in the Christchurch region have been missing out. You guys already know this though.

The News...

What a Weekend Discover the Thrill of Warm Water Surfing... Dollfins Roadie Surf Clubs Where are you going? Win a Surfboard, Surf Lessons, Surf Gear...

What a Weekend!

The weekend that has just been was crazy. Not only did we have the Quiksilver Airshow on at Piha, but we also had the Vodafone X*Air in Hamilton and Soundsplash 2003 on at Raglan.

The reports that came back from our people on the ground was that all the events went off and were extremely successful. Major Mondayitis for everyone involved!

The X* Air went off with Tony Hawk making a personal appearance and blowing a few minds. The standard of skating, Freestyle Motocross,and wakeboarding was x-tremely high!

The Quiksilver Airshow was won by Australian Ry Craike. Just the most amazing aerials were being boosted. Jay Papworth was the highest placing New Zealander, finishing 10th over all. The sounds were brill as well with 3 D.j.'s giving it death. Even some of the crowd were dancing on the beach. You had to wonder what they were on.

The Sound Splash 2003 was an awesome two day music festival at Raglan, attracting plenty of dedicated music followers. This event will only get bigger & better!

Oh...and did I mention the Sevens at the caketin wasn't half bad either!

Discover the Thrill of Warm Water Surfing...Check This Out

Roaming surf adventurers Kerry Donovan & Tui Eves are offering an amazing chance at some waves to be found in Fiji.

You are invited to join us surfing great waves in Southern Fiji far from the crowded western side. You surf for 7 days from island surf camp and 5 days from luxury 53 ft yacht at remote locations. You get our experience and combined buying power and we guarantee to have your health, safety, fun and wave action in mind." "the sun, the countless waves, the large meals, the overall vibe and the pure enjoyment of surfing in clear blue waters in boardies with just a few bros." - tui eves.

Go to right now to learn more about us, the trip, Fiji surf conditions, schedules, can choose any 12 day trip that suits you, between 1 March to 5 June, for only NZ$2270, excludes airfare. email for prompt answers to help you decide. Or phone TUI on 0800 577 897 now.

Save $100 if you mention this advert and book during February. Save another $50 by booking and paying before 5 March.

Click Here To Find Out More:

Dollfins roadie

"Ten girls, ten sleeping bags and ten surfboards, all crammed into three cars. If it wasn't thanks to technology, none of us would have met, let alone be going on a surfing roadie to Raglan. We all hooked up on the bulletin board..."

Check out this article on the girls roadie ...

Surf Clubs

We have just recently updated our NZ Surf Clubs page so that you guys can either join or keep in touch with your local boardriders club. As the majority of you will know, these surf clubs are the backbone of many local breaks and are a sh*tload of fun to be involved in. If you aren't already involved...get amongst it!

While we have got plenty of clubs up on the page, we know that there are some clubs that are still hiding under a rock so to speak. If you see that your club hasn't listed yet, drop us an email with the contact details of the guys and gals you think we should be talking to and we will be sure to follow them up.

Where are you going?

Actually it doesn't matter...what does matter is where you're going to stay!!

We have been working hard to provide you with a comprehensive Accommodation Section with accommodation listings right throughout the country. You will notice the accommodation section is growing with accommodation options from cheap backpacker places to ritzy Hotels and motels.

By supporting these advertisers, we can continue to grow this section, so remember to check out accommodation options online before heading out of town.

Check Out the Surfco Accommodation Section:

New Comps Out Now!

Check out this months awesome comps...a Hot Buttered Surfboard is up for grabs, along with 2 surf lessons and some funky Surfco clothing!

Can't stay to talk, the swell is pumping, so see you next time. Remember "Surf b4 u surf"


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