“I was born and raised surfing in northern California. But as a young kid surfing, our community was small, and our region was almost entirely off the radar; nobody thought of northern California as a surf destination. It's cold, windy, sharky, and lacks the typical California beach aesthetic most are seeking out.
When I recently flew back to San Francisco, I had a chance to get back in the water with some of my friends and surf one of the world’s most unique and obscure waves, one that breaks beneath the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco Bay; it’s an odd feeling surfing towards a rocky shore surrounded by city!” - KEEN Ambassador @charles_post
Click the link in our bio to read Charles’s full blog post, 3 Off-The-Radar Surf and Sup Adventures.