Category: Pro Quivers

12th December


Arguably the best big wave rider on the North Shore during the 80’s, along with contemporaries like Mark Foo, Darrick Doerner and Brock Lile, Ken Bradshaw lifted the bar on paddle-in big wave surfing. His exploits at Waimea Bay became legendary, and he climaxed his competitive career by winning the prestigious Duke Kahanamoku Surfing Classic in 1982, which launched his reputation as one of the North Shore’s best. Parlaying his notoriety to commercial success throughout the 80’s he was one of the top finishers in “ The Eddie” event when first held at Waimea Bay in 1986.

On January 28, 1998, Ken rode the biggest wave ever ridden in history on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii at an outer reef known as Outside Log Cabins. This wave was considered to be in excess of 85 feet. That … Read More »

25th January

Pro Quiver | Alex Gray pt. 2

24th January

Pro Quiver | Alex Gray pt. 1

24th January

Surfer’s Crib | Alex Gray

6th January

Featured Pro | Tom Curren

6th January

Pro Quiver | Owen Wright

5th January

Quiver and Kitchen Talk with Kai Otton

5th January

Pro Quiver | Bedge Durbidge | Europe 2011

5th January

Pro Quiver | Taj Burrow | Pro-Tour Europe Stop

5th January

60 seconds with Joel Parkinson

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