SAS Paddle Out - Tynemouth
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by Yonder Surf
3w ago
Please tag - @lasurfpics / @surfersagainstsewage and @nothumbrian_water on whatever platform you share these on. Thanks for the amazing turnout! View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize ..read more
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Autumn Camps go live next Thursday!
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by Yonder Surf
1M ago
We are just descending from the high of our spring Yonder surf camp. It’s been a journey of constant refinement and adapting our camps, developing our coaching since starting them in 2018 and we are so happy with where we are with them. Here’s a little insight into our latest camp, enjoy! Our Autumn camps (Beginner & Improver) will go live on 23rd May at 9pm with 6 spaces available on each. You can see more info about each camp at the link below and by scrolling down to the camps section. Info Theres a reason six is our magic number, it’s the perfect balance of individual input and commu ..read more
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Out Of Step - North East Screening
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by Yonder Surf
2M ago
Here is a gallery of photos from the North East screening of Out Of Step - available to stream now for free on Waterbear, supported by Finisterre. Thanks to everyone who came to Three Tanners Bank to watch it. Please tag @surfyonder if you use these photos, taken by Tom Bing and Emma Tweddle. Watch the film here. View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize ..read more
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Mindset - Surfing and Fishing
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by Yonder Surf
4M ago
  This is a little musing on mindset and surfing, hope you enjoy! Surfing is a big industry and Southern California is at the centre of it. When Gidget first blew up surf spots around the world with the commercial idea of surfing; the first place she ‘Gidged’ was Malibu, just a short drive from the metropolis of Los Angeles, a city with a population of over 12 million people today. I’ve spent a bit of time surfing the Californian coastline, from San Diego to the Central Coast. It’s beautiful. Long period swells groomed by predictable wind patterns find their way into corners of the coast ..read more
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Board talk - Midlengths
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by Yonder Surf
1y ago
  Most of us start our surfing journeys on a mini mal or a foamie, in and around the 7’6 to 8’ range. Given that a (good) mini mal is designed around two features; wave catching and ease of surfing, why don’t we stay on a mini mal forever?  Well, usually what happens with surfers is that we develop enough skill at surfing to where a mini mal actually becomes quite challenging to surf, or doesn’t support our needs. As our skills, experience and desires develop as surfers, we start to want to experiment and push our surfing to new places. Be that in smaller waves perhaps as longboarder ..read more
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Girls Can't Surf Panel - Dr Alethea Mountford
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by Yonder Surf
1y ago
Alethea has been blowing our minds with her progression in her skateboarding for a while now. Skateboarding has experienced a huge shift in attitudes and participants in recent years; there are so many women who have been pioneering, breaking down barriers and the industry both from the top down, and the grassroots up has embraced the female aspect of skateboarding so well. That doesn't mean that it isn’t a challenge to show up at a skatepark as the only woman and start from scratch. We wanted Alethea Mountford to be on the panel as she went through the journey of starting to skateboard as ..read more
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Girls Can't Surf Panel - Leah Tokelove
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by Yonder Surf
1y ago
  Leah Tokelove is another woman who’s been doing it since she was a young’un. Not surfing this time however, but racing flat track. She started her racing career really young racing on Mablethorpe Beach in the winter race series and has progressed through the ranks with an organisation called the DTRA (Dirt Track Riders Association) until she was riding in the Pro Class and the Hooligan Class. Picking up support from Indian Motorcycles, Alpine Stars, Bell Helmets and more along the way. Leah practicing at Greenfield Dirt Track - home to her Days On the Dirt female motorcycle training co ..read more
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Girls Can't Surf Panel - Emma Tweddle
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by Yonder Surf
1y ago
  Emma has been surfing this coastline since she was a young’un through her Dad Bob who she surfs with all the time now. She is always positive, always keen to surf, humble and extremely dedicated. Spending time with Emma in her home town is a pleasure; she knows everyone in the wider community. Sea swimmers, surfers, beginners, photographers - anyone that congregates in a beach or reef car park she knows to have a chat with. She’s a product of a tight knit community with an open heart and mind. She knows so many people because she’s out there; a lot. Small and scrappy, big and scary ..read more
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Morning of the Earth at the Watch House
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by Yonder Surf
1y ago
Yonder film night in Tynemouth! All welcome! Watch the Trailer This 1972 surf film by Albie Falzon doesn’t focus on female surfers, in fact, it doesn’t include any female surfers...why are we screening it then? Well, it’s the most iconic surf film of all time. It’s the pure source; the bottled essence of discovery, adventure, surfing as a counter cultural experience. It’s the spiritual textbook for single fin surfing. For us; there has been no bigger influence. Now it’s been professionally remastered, 50 years after its release and we want to share it with the community. You’re going to lov ..read more
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Yonder Gift Guide
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by Yonder Surf
1y ago
Primarily Yonder exists to represent and celebrate women in surfing, particularly in the cold waters of the UK. Surf coaching, lessons, clubs and camps for women are the big driving force behind what we do as an organisation. Our merchandise and online store help us to do what we do; every purchase made means that we can continue to spend our time on this project year round. We keep everything we do with Yonder intimate and personalised. We spend time creating authentic surf content; shooting, writing, making resources for coaching etc. The truth is that without the support of our community, Y ..read more
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