The Surfing Handbook started out as a way for me to learn the basics of creating websites and coding simple CSS. Since its early days in 2006 it has undergone several renovations and new looks. If you’re curious, go check for us in the Internet Wayback machine to see what we used to look like.
The site is now becoming more of an online surf magazine with the goal of being something for surfers, by surfers. Travel reports, reviews, interviews with interesting people, project notes, stories, surf tips, and more—it’s all fair game. We try to stay away from industry content, although I can’t say it won’t find its way in from time to time.
There’s a lot of information here for people looking to learn how to surf; just check out the top navigation and the dropdown menus to find all that content.
The site is constantly evolving and changing direction, so we are always open to ideas and suggestions. If you want to write for us, send over an email.
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