In sunglasses and a hat no less.
Turns out there's no need to head for the coast to paddle into some fun waves.
Even a day off for this Maui waterman is hardly just a day at the beach.
Behold the newest creation from Kai Lenny: hydrofoil river surfing.
Rivers, lakes, wave pools and more are tired of oceans getting all the credit for wave production.
An Oregon ski town just became a surf destination.
Gerry Lopez mastered the art of tube riding and would garner the reputation as one of the greatest surfers in
Forget paddle battling in Southern California, surf a river in Montana.
The ultimate party wave.
Brazil’s version of Bear Grylls suddenly realizes he’s about to be swept away by the tidal bore in the Ama
Mr. Pipeline can get his fix in freshwater, too.
Welcome to the weird and wild world of whitewater river surfing.
Fear not if you're landlocked and have the blues, there's probably a river wave nearby that you can go surf.
Tidal bore will bring insanely long rides to Amazonian river surfers.
Is this the world's most isolated wave?
'That's what's cool about surfing; there is no end, it's a continuous evolution.'