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Best place to buy and surf?« on: August 22 2004 21:08:00 »
My brother and i are going next summer on a surf vacation to England. We have a some experience on bodyboard, but we are going to buy surfboards next summer. Where is the best place to buy and surf? We are from Norway and its our first time in Enland.
RE: Best place to buy and surf?« Reply #1 on: August 27 2004 02:08:00 »
Bodyboards for little girlys fool! i don't think i'd want to be age 30 walking down the beach with a little kiddies toy in my hand!!!!!!...............
RE: Best place to buy and surf?« Reply #3 on: September 01 2004 17:09:00 »
I body board and surf. Mainly bodyboard when the surf is too big. North devon is the best place. There are some great surfing shops in Woolacombe and further inland - Braunton.
RE: Best place to buy and surf?« Reply #4 on: September 02 2004 08:09:00 »
YO RICH,YOUR FUNNY MAN,JUST A SAD STORY YOURE A BODYBOARDER,KEEP BELLYRIDING MAN,ITS ALL GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,NOT.....
RE: Best place to buy and surf?« Reply #5 on: October 26 2004 20:10:00 »
Bryon, you seriously body board when it's too big? You mean when it's closed out?
RE: Best place to buy and surf?« Reply #6 on: November 18 2004 14:11:00 »
hi, i surf in and around bude usualy. im looking 2 try and ride some bigger waves. wats the best spot iond great britan. (including wales and scotland) email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: Best place to buy and surf?« Reply #7 on: January 06 2005 13:01:00 »
If i were you i would stay with your bodyboard, yeah come portreath with a surfboard, slam into the reef cos u wont make the drop. If you live in Cornwall then you realise that the bodyboarding scene is huge. And you say the surfs too big to go surfing in, yeah at least he admits it instead of boasting on the beach i was in earlier was way better, when you were really too scared and you prefer snaking people in 1ft slop
RE: Best place to buy and surf?« Reply #8 on: January 25 2005 20:01:00 »
so far on the charts england looks flat and is so frigging cold, argue about somewhere warmer