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RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« on: April 12 2009 18:04:00 »
I am sure you don't think this is where i intend to stop,.. do you ? ha ha
we are now working on a 1.5 meter version that will have 2,(yes 2) 45 metre reefs.
This reef design has two really impressive features; all wipeouts, occur in deep water [ that while riding a hollow wave is a first ] and we are getting 75% wave reformation, which means that we can put in another reef further down the pool (15 m ) and have a smaller wave, (1.1 m ), 'adjusted' not so hollow, 'adjusted' with a slower peel, easy for learners.
And so we are creating affordable cost effective surfing
When we build a 2 meter wave-pool there will be 4 reefs for the one wave.
p.s. i copied a natural occurrence in nature to get these results.
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #1 on: May 13 2009 16:05:00 »
Hey! I'm down with joining a surf club close to home. Drop me a line to let me know what's going on.
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #2 on: May 18 2009 00:05:00 »
Hey I just joined a site that allows me to see other surfers in my region. You should check it out. Its a action sports social network community dedicated to surf, skate, snow, and all others. You can blog, post classifieds, upload and browse videos and photos, post events. Its got it all. check it out ... http://www.thenextpro.com
i realy want« Reply #3 on: June 14 2009 12:06:00 »
it would be a nice idea im canadian but i was leving in azores for 18 years its portuguese islands there s realy powerfull waves ther. i started surfing 7 years ago there and i loved,burt here i dont know here to surf,sow being in the group would be fantastic
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #4 on: February 13 2010 06:02:687 »
I definitely need this. Moved here from the Sunshine Coast, Australia where I'd been enjoying warm water for 5 years. I don't know anyone or anything about the surf scene here. I tried to catch a few in Ashbridges Bay but with limited success. Hope this is up and running!
RE: yes, sounds good.« Reply #5 on: February 23 2010 08:02:797 »
My name is larry and I am surfer from Peru, I am stocked to see that many people here in toronto surf aswell when the lake pumps some rideable fun waves.
I'll be more then glad to be part of it,help, instruct and create ways of comunications for surf trips and local surf when is up.
yeah,lets start this....
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #6 on: February 17 2011 13:02:00 »
When you pull the Toronto club together I have a great first trip for you. www.wavesfordevelopment.org. Surf and voluntourism in Lobitos Peru.
email with questions firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #7 on: July 11 2011 17:07:00 »
Hey did this group ever happen, or is it still going on? I'd love some surf buddies to go the waves with. None of my friends surf or own boards!
RE: Anyone want to Start a Toronto-based surf Club?« Reply #8 on: October 29 2011 04:10:00 »
i'm really interested in your project, although i'm living in belgium(which is almost the otherside of the world...)
anyway, i'm really thinking about moving to canada, cause this place sucks...
i can't support financially, but i'm willing to work free, alsong as i have food, a little place to stay and most important...my daily surf ;)
so please let me know about the progress of your project :)