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The epic annual celebration of global longboarding continues with Longboarder magazine volume two, bursting at the seams with hang tens, hot photography and brilliant writing. Crafted to the theme of ‘making music’ they kick off with Ryan Cannon’s hip hop surfing soundtrack Log Rap. Featuring a host of world champions, underground freestylers, rising stars and stylemasters, they travel from California to Australia, around Asia, deep into Central America, across Africa, along Europe and back to home waters in Cornwall, UK.

With articles and musical influences from the likes of Daniel Black Lyons (Textured Waves), Lauren Hill (The Compass Rose of the Nose), Candice O’Donnell (Staying Stoked) and Shannon Denny (Gardeners Who Glide), and photographs from Dom Stone (Pacific Vibrations), Bella Bunce (Tango), Andrew Carruthers (Wiradjuri Country) and Tom Prentice (Rainbow Nation), this is a printed performance to enjoy page after page.

Alongside inspiring action from Belinda Baggs, Ben Skinner and the Batu Keras (Indonesia) crew, they also explore the incredible archives of Leo Hetzel through a collection of 1960s and 1970s slides from Hawaii to Peru to Senegal, all to the an international soundtrack to stimulate the senses. Grab a copy and make some music.

Foreword – Making Music

Editor Sam Bleakley sets the pace for volume two to the soundtrack of the surf music genre, and asks ‘what is longboard music?’

Log Rappin’

Words by Sam Bleakley and Ryan Cannon.

Photos by Tommy Pierucki, Nicole Sweet, Andrew Carruthers and Dom Stone.

We tune in to the video content platform Log Rap, founded by Ryan Cannon, to experience longboarding cut to old skool 1990s hip hop and rap tracks. It’s so hot that’s it’s cool.


The Compass Rose Of The Nose

Words by Lauren L Hill.

Photos by Jarrah Lynch, Nathan Oldfield, Jai Anderson, Caitlin Miers, Beatriz Ryder, Tommy Pierucki and Andrew Carruthers.

Director of the award-winning film ‘The Physics of Noseriding: The science of surfing’s fluid dance’, Lauren L Hill explores the salty science of surfboard levitation.


Words and Photos by Bella Rose Bunce.

Alongside her cover shot of Izzy Henshall in volume two, Bella Bunce combines lens and pen to explore the parallel dances of surfing and photography to make visual music worthy of print.

Batu Beats

Words by Steven Thomas.

Photos by Deni Firman Nugraha.  

Transient writer and photographer Steven Thomas travels to Batu Karas, Indonesia, to celebrate one of Asia’s hottest logging scenes.

Staying Stoked

Words by Candice O’Donnell. 

Photos by Jamie Elliot, Dean O’Donnell and Toby Butler.

Candice O’Donnell has been an effervescent presence in global longboarding as a Roxy and Vans rider. We find out more about her infectious love of the artform and her work as an artist.

Wiradjuri Country

Words and Photos by Andrew Carruthers.
Wiradjuri is one of the biggest Koori Nations in New South Wales, Australia. Internationally acclaimed photographer and proud Wiradjuri man Andrew Carruthers shares more.

Textured Waves

Words by Danielle Black Lyons.

Photos by Nicole Sweet and Sarah Lee.

Content creator and surf stylist Danielle is co-founder of surf collective Textured Waves, built to promote surfing for women of colour.

Pacific Vibrations

Words and Photos by Dom Stone. 

Dom Stone’s surf photography has an otherworldly quality that sets him apart from the pack. It’s beautifully heartfelt, honest, and gets right under the skin of the action. We set Dom the theme of ‘Pacific Vibrations’ for this literary adventure to accompany his images.

Leo Hetzel Portfolio

Words by Paul Holmes. 

Photos by Leo Hetzel.

Photographer Leo Hetzel grew up in Long Beach, California and began taking surfing photos in the 1960s leading to adventures around the world and a remarkable portfolio of images that stir the imagination and signal the very finest creative eye.

Celtic Energy Continued

Photos by Luke Gartside.

Poetry by Mike Lay. 

In volume one the Kernow crew of poet Mike Lay, photographer Luke Gartside and filmmaker Seth Hughes headed to the northern Hebrides. This time they go south to the convoluted coast of Brittany to feast on the often-ignored log-riding spots.

Gardeners Who Glide

Words by Shannon Munro Denny. 

Photos by Lucianna McIntosh, Tanya Boggs and Dom Stone.

Shannon Denny uncovers how riding a longboard and wielding a wheelbarrow may have more in common than first meets the eye. In talking to gardeners who glide, and farmers who freesurf, Shannon explores where waterborne pleasures meet earthly delights: soil and soul.

Rainbow Nation

Words and Photos by Tom Prentice.

Cape-Town raised, UK-based, globetrotting master lensman Tom Prentice explores the rise of multiple South African Longboard Champion Sam Christianson, and celebrates the evolving longboard scene in their shared home waters of the rainbow nation