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Introduction to Quiver Team Rider, Heiko Bertschinger

We are excited to introduce our most recent team rider, Heiko Bertschinger, Heiko is a 19 year old Swiss surfer. Switzerland is an unusual place for a surfer to originate from yet Heiko’s addiction to mother nature in particular the ocean, from a young age has led to his success in the surfing world. We ask him a few questions about his career so far Quiver: What does surfing mean to you? Heiko: My life…

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US Blanks play their Trump Card

Everyone will have their own reasons to go surfing; it might be to relax, for kicks, to catch up with friends, to keep fit, to improve, to be the best we can. However, very few people will surf to further a cause. That said, I think there are very few in the surf community who will deny benefits of sustainable living. With surfing, comes the privilege of having an intimate connection to the ocean and…

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Adventure Is A State Of Mind

Every time you paddle out, you are presented with a brand new opportunity to draw the perfect line, to make that impossible take off, to catch a wave you’ll never forget. Make sure you have the best equipment, every time you set out on a wave riding adventure. Damien Castera is riding a Q-Pro. Maybe you should be too? – – – – – – > http://www.quiversurfboards.co.uk/product/q-pro/

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Quiver Quest Epoxy Surfboard

We caught up with team rider Egor Harris at Little Fistral to see how he was getting on with his new board. It was one of those days where the chart looked epic but the waves were just being awkward little critters. That said, there was the odd beauty to pick off, including the spray throwing forehand hack below from Egor. The board is the latest in Egor’s Quiver of Quivers and is an Epoxy…

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Win a Surfboard winner!

For the second year in a row we held a ‘Win a Board’ competition on our social media streams. This years winner was – Drum roll – Rob Eaton! Rob decided to upgrade his prize to an epoxy Longboard and in the end chose a 9’2″ Q-Pro. Picking the board up for the first time Rob couldn’t believe how light it is. We asked him how he was getting on with it he replied “The…

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Egor’s Endless Winter

Quiver team rider, Egor, is one of the best people we’ve ever had the pleasure to meet and surf with. Not only is he an incredible surfer but he’s also great fun and a real talent in front of the camera. Here he is in episode three of ‘The Endless Winter’, riding some solid surf on Ireland’s west coast. Egor has been riding Quiver Surfboards for years. His go to model is a 5’11” epoxy…

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Quiver Team Rider Surfer Nannie: “It’s never too late to learn.”

She started surfing at 39. She’s just become a grandmother. She entered her first competition a few years ago, despite only really surfing in the white water. She’s often the talking point at surf competitions, coming in as the underdog and exceeding expectations. She’s awesome… And she shatters all stereotypes surrounding surfing. “At 46 and now a grandma, a full time teaching assistant, competing black belt in karate and coach at my own K1 Kickboxing…

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InCide Information

Clyde has been riding a Q Tech 4 from Quiver for as long as we have been making them. Here is some inCide information you might find useful. “I have been using the inCide blank in all my boards for the last 3 years. I originally really liked the Solomon S-Core boards and for me it feels similar but has some key benefits which I don’t feel I get from any other board (Except new…

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Gathering of The Clans 2016

I had an epic time on the beautiful Island of Tiree for the annual Scottish Surfing Federations Gathering of the Clans – hosted this year by the amazing crew at Blackhouse Watersports. The waves were small and luckily I had taken my go to summer stick – 5’5 Hart Attack, which I’ve been using in pretty much all the East coast summer swells coming through. Had a bit of a ropey start after having been…

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How to Surf a Wavegarden – Dee Ripoll

Wave gardens are here to stay. Whether you are a lover or a hater, you can’t deny that the idea of a wave at the push of a button, reliable and consistent, where you can hone your skills and don’t even have to paddle back out is a tempting proposition. One of the downsides is that they aren’t cheap and it can feel like you are paying for each and every wave. So how do…

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