Who we are
DAVE HEARD - THE BOSS
Bodyboarding and surfing are my passion, plain and simple. Since my first go back in 1982 I realised that I wanted to get into it, however, back then, there were far less people in the water. It was much harder to get good gear and there was nowhere near the choice we have these days.Read more and view photos
JAMES REYNOLDS - TEAM RIDER
DANNY CATTEN - TEAM RIDER - SURF COACH
Possibly the UK's longest surviving bodyboarder. Danny started bodyboarding in 1986 and is the countries most loyal sponsored rider. He is probably the most consistent rider out there too, performing as well now as he always has.
He teamed up with Alder wetsuits in 1987 and it was not long until he realised his competitive streak. Danny is a fierce competitor who lives and breathes the sport. Danny’s first contest was the English nationals in Newcastle. This was the start of a six year reign as English champion. Here is a list of some of his results:Read more and view photos
ELDRED HAWKE - TEAM RIDER
AKA Eldred 'the aggressor' Hawke, has to be the keenest bodyboarder i know, this guy absolutely rips. We first hooked up with Eldred in 2008 when one afternoon we was watching him surfing at the local Portreath wedge. We knew this guy could ride so we got him sorted on some new boards and his riding just went crazy. How he pulls off some of the tricks he does is baffling.Read more and view photos
ALEX WINKWORTH - TEAM RIDER
Alex Winkworth, Mr consistant. This boy rips in all kinds of surf and at all disciplines of the sport, both prone and drop knee. It is Alex's super keen attitude and consistancy that makes him one of our most valued members of the team.
JARRYD WINGFIELD - TEAM RIDER
Bodyboarding for 7 years
I started going to the beach at Portreath when I was 16 and saw these guys doing loads of cool tricks, from that day I was hooked!
I have been to South Africa, Morocco, Canary Islands and Scotland, with many more to come in the next few years.
MEGAN PENNY - TEAM RIDER
5 years with fins.
Being from Cornwall I spent most summers in the sea and riding white water. My most vivid memory was when I was about 6/7 and my mum took me down the local beach, the waves started to dump and I got slammed face first onto the shore, I was winded and had sand in my gums but I ran back in for another go… not much has changed really!
TOM CATTEN - TEAM RIDER