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Sunday, 30 September 2007


Theres a certain big US corporation throwing money at boardsports, their only interest is to grab profit and squeeze every last penny/cent out of surfing, snowboarding etc and no doubt at the same time they'll succeed in draining the life and soul out of sports we love....Dont let them do it!!

Check out this website formed to repel these suits.....

"This website is dedicated to keeping sporting goods companies from infilitrating our surf, skate, and snow industry. It is targeted at keeping them from "taking" from our industry, after we have built and cared for it with blood, sweat, and tears"

Monday, 24 September 2007

Unique Beach huts: Lincs coast

Five unique beach huts have been put up along part of the Lincolnshire coast in a bid to update the seaside.

The Bathing Beauties beach hut festival is taking place between Mablethorpe and Chapel St Leonards over the weekend.

East Lindsey District Council commissioned five new huts featuring contemporary designs which will be available for hire to visitors.

Michael Trainor, lead artist, said the huts would attract people to a "partly forgotten" stretch of coastline.

"The overall idea is that when all nine of the huts and some other small structures are in place, there'll be a linear gallery of architecture," he said.

"It aims to attract national and international visitors to this superb, but partly forgotten, 10-mile stretch of the Great British coastline.

(source: BBC)

Tuesday, 18 September 2007

Sandilands surfing today

Sandilands enjoyed a solid north swell, which had some 4-5ft sets. Conditions were clean with moderate NW winds holding the waves up for ages. It was a long paddle out and there were 7 other surfers in the water, which is a novelty for a mid-week day time session. It was good fun on some decent size waves at last

Lincs surf club on TV

Channel 7 Televison in Lincolnshire recently produced a short piece on the Lincs surf club and the local surf scene. Unfortunately the waves on the day were really poor, but it was fun to do. Check out the link here:

Monday, 17 September 2007

Extremehorizon launch all new KEYPOD car key safe

Extremehorizon are pleased to announce the launch of a fully revised model of the hugely popular KEYPOD car key safe

The ALL NEW KEYPOD builds upon the qualities of the original design but is now even more secure. KEYPOD remains a simple, robust, portable, weather resistant, secure storage safe for keys and other valuables designed to deter would be thieves so that they move on to an easier target. But it now blends a FOUR digit combination padlock with an integrated storage cavity which is large enough to hold all know modern electronic vehicle keys (and keyless “keys”), household keys, spare change, credit cards and even some mobile phones.

The 8mm thick padlock shackle now has added dual notches at the either side of the shackle base to stop it being forced open and the storage lid now pivots from the base and has a stronger fastening mechanism. Just place in your keys etc, choose a solid anchor point on the car to secure the padlock shackle, close the lid and shackle and set the keys!

As KEYPOD is portable it can be secured anywhere on a vehicle, for example on the suspension coil, towing eye, under the car body-anywhere that theres a secure point to attach the padlock shackle to. Although KEYPOD doesn't just have to be left on the car-choose any secure place to attach it and off you go!

KEYPOD is a quality, affordable, essential piece of kit thats going to last for years.
NEW Keypod Features:

  • Improved Security for car keys

  • Simple, quick to use, portable

  • FOUR digit combination

  • Holds all known car keys/immobilisers

  • Foam backing to prevent scratching surfaces

  • Improved shackle strength


Wednesday, 12 September 2007

Sandilands Sept surf

This tues 11th Sept saw a decent northerly north sea ground swell, showing 6ft bouy readings which translated into 3ft waves with 4ft sets at the beach. Wind was light southerly. The waves were peaky and tended to fatten up and be tricky to catch at high tide. The only option was a late take off, steep drop, a short ride then eat it in the sand in a foot of water! There was almost a crowd there with over 10 surfers out, boosted by a showing from the grimsby crew

Sunday, 9 September 2007

Sandilands Lincs-surf report

Sandilands today saw a 3ft+ Northerly swell, building throughout the afternoon. Light onshore winds.
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