This Is Mexico
The September 2009 edition of Surfing Magazine is now available. The mag features a grip of action and celebrates our friends and waves south of the border. Among the many stories featured:
- A Hawaiian perspective on Puerto Escondido
- The jefes of Puerto Escondido (Checo Ramirez, Coco Nogales, Celestino Rodriguez, Roger Ramirez, Roger Ramirez Jr., Jose Ramirez, Oscar Sanchez Lopez, Paco Calleja and Abraham Cobaxin Antele
- Surfing Magazine’s fourth Google Earth Challenge uncovers another perfect Mexican right
Who Scored the Cover? – Sayulita, Mexico local and ripper Diego Cadena enjoys a frontside fiesta de barrel in his homeland.
Man of the Mag – After a thorough review, it has been determined that scoring a pair of two page spreads, one of a head high frontside air in a Rip Curl ad and one of a head high Mentawai backside air, that this individual has earned an all you can eat voucher at his local Taco Tuesday’s cantina. Owen Wright, you are the Man of the Mag.
Must Read Article – Farther Down the Road – an old fashioned road trip through Mexico to find waves.
Best Advertisement – Whether you would like to call it a parody, a co-opting, a repurposing or just theft, the crew at Lost Enterprises are masters of this domain. In a spoof of Dos Equis cerveza Most Interesting Man In The World campaign, Lost created a Chris Ward – The Most Interesting Surfer in the World advertisement. Among Wardo’s many characteristics, He once did a cutback at Lowers that caused a tsunami in Japan, tops the list. Keep surfing, my friends.
To get your copy of the September 2009 edition of Surfing Magazine, visit your local surf shop, book store, supermarket or check it out at Surfing Magazine.