The Outrider

Yes! Rob Lockyear and Jeremy Joyce, the super talented crew behind ”Freezing” is soon back with a new project – “The Outrider”!

      

"We love surf movies but they can take themselves a little seriously. Our movies are different. We serve up the mystical icons of surfing with a healthy dose of reality on the side."

"Our dream is to make a comedy series populated with a whole universe of characters from the surfing psyche." It is a film for surfers so we are here to ask you to help us make Episode 1... "The Outrider"

In 1979, North Shore shaper, Mike Strident shaped the most radical board ever ridden - "The Outrider". Strident's single fin design changed the game and took him to the very pinnacle of professional wave riding. But then "The Thruster" happened.

Made irrelevant over night by the three-fin movement, Strident's shaping genius was lost in the shadows of the 80's.

But 40 years later, snake-hipped Californian free surfer, Tommy Tonata is trying to revive "The Outrider" on the point breaks of Malibu and wants Strident to shape him a new board. But Strident would rather stab his eyes out with a spoon. It's a comedy. 

Please have at their kickstarter. (You can even get your own line in the upcoming film)

 

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