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Gerry Lopez

Gerry Lopez

There are few images as iconic as Gerry Lopez calmly slotted on a perfect, eight-foot day at Pipeline. After redefining the art of tube riding on the North Shore of O’ahu, his focus turned to Indonesia, where he pioneered legendary spots like Uluwatu and G-Land. Now based in Oregon, he surfs, writes, shapes, and shreds powder days near his home in Bend.

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A Cool Cat

A Cool Cat

Apr 1, 2008 April 1, 2008

by Gerry Lopez Surf heroes become recognized for accomplishments that set them apart. Kelly Slater and Andy Irons battled fiercely for world championship titles among a field of surfers of extraordinary ability. Laird Hamilton rode bigger and more dangerous waves than anyone had before, which paved the way… Read More

Terror at Jaws

Terror at Jaws

Mar 31, 2008 March 31, 2008

by Gerry Lopez [Editor's note: In honor of his new book Surf Is Where You Find It, we're stoked to have Gerry Lopez sit in as guest editor. Stay tuned for seven days of stories from one of surfing's finest.] As I hurried towards the baggage… Read More

Gerry Lopez on the SEA Paddle Around Manhattan

Gerry Lopez on the SEA Paddle Around Manhattan

Oct 11, 2007 October 11, 2007

By Gerry Lopez Inspired by his good friend Don King – who is making a documentary about his son who has autism – Patagonia ambassador Gerry Lopez recently participated in the Surfers’ Environmental Alliance (SEA) Paddle NYC White Water fundraiser to raise money and awareness… Read More

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