The Encyclopedia of Surfing
Everybody's going surfing. Each year, the surf industry brings in $4.5 billion, and more than two-and-a-half million Americans, from California to Delaware, have caught the wave. Surfers have popped up on postage stamps, in television commercials, and in Hollywood movies, and the sport has developed the remarkable depth, color, and history that can only be cataloged in encyclopedic form.
With 1,500 alphabetical entries and 300 illustrations, The Encyclopedia of Surfing is the most comprehensive review of the people, places, events, equipment, vernacular, and lively history of this fascinating sport by "one of surfing's most knowledgeable historians" (San Francisco Chronicle). A remarkable collection of expert knowledge, spine-tingling stories, and little-known trivia, this is a book that no surfer-or armchair adventurer-will be able to resist.
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This volume is a gift to surfers, both neophytes and pros. Warshaw, a former pro-surfer and editor of Surfer magazine, offers the sport's first all-encompassing encyclopedia."Cheater five,""Malibu U ... Read full review
The Encyclopedia of Surfing is a great book, my three favorite places to surf
In North America is california Capitola Beach in Santa Cruz !In south america, visit Ecuador and head to the Punta Carnero beach that is 2500 meters from the lush coastal vegetation and the size and the crashing waves of Punta Carnero is an ideal beach for surfing, being the scene of important international competitions.
in Australia, Brisbane, Queensland’s capital lays on a bay, but surfing on nearby Stradbroke Island’s beaches can get good.
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Matt Warshaw , a wonderful Encyclopedia of Surfing !!!!!!!!!!