Calling all lady sliders, the “She Shreds” 2022 season is here! Proudly presented by Rip Curl.
Join us for a weekend of freshwater surf and sisterhood! From our storefront at Surf the Greats to the Beaches skatepark and the sandy shores of Cherry Beach, we’ll be hosting a variety of activities and workshops to introduce you to the amazing community of women shredding the Great Lakes and to show you what Toronto surf culture is all about!
To make these experiences available to as many people as possible, please limit your registration to ONEShe Shredsworkshop/activity on Saturday, September 10th. Thanks to the generosity of our presenting sponsor Rip Curl allShe Shredsactivities and workshops are being offered for a very small fee. Registrants will be asked for a $15 deposit to reserve their spot for each clinic and workshop. All proceeds from registration will be donated to theBrown Girl Outdoor Worldorganization.
Beach Yoga and Beach Clean-up are open to ALL She Shreds participants, with no cap or fee to participate.
As surfskate grows in popularity around the world and more surfers, snowboarders and skateboarders get into the sport, I often get asked ‘How do I choose the right surfskate?’ With a plethora of options available on the market, making a decision can be overwhelming to say the least. To help you narrow down your options, we are going to break down every aspect to consider when choosing your first surfskate.
It’s generally assumed that as a SUP enthusiast and instructor, my favourite season is summer. And while I do love a warm weather paddle, fall is actually number one on my list. The crowds die down as the water cools and the brilliant leaves add beauty to flat water paddle excursions. But the top reason I love autumn is that it marks the beginning of the SUP surf season. Yes, you read that right; SUP surfing is a thing!