While we’re still awaiting the possible announcement of an all-new American Freeride Tour, we are excited to let everybody know about another awesome event to come to the Pacific Coast this upcoming June 14, 2014 – the West Coast Surf Riders Invitational. Not a judged or sanctioned event, the invitational is an open freeride for surf riders and spectators to flock to the shores of Half Moon Bay near Westhaven State Park.
Held in the little surf town of Westport, Washington, the city has been cordial enough to invite the Westcoast Surf Riders to help celebrate the City of Westport Centennial. In addition to putting on a great show for the good people of Westport, this is a choice opportunity to act as emissaries for the sport and help spread the stoke of freeriding.
As per the announcement:
This is an open Freeride just for fun day to hang out on a great beach in a great town and showcase the sport we enjoy and answer questions that the spectators might have. This will also be a great opportunity to promote and give information on the Grayland Open Amateur Freeride Nationals Competition that will be in the neighboring town of Grayland during the 2nd weekend of august. There is a parking lot to park cars and trailers but skis will have to be brought in on a beach cart a couple hundred feet. No vehicle access to the beach at half moon bay.
Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a fun filled weekend of freeride.