Ho jackknifes his legs and bares his teeth in mock orgasm at each tube that descends upon him; his little pal Dylan Wilcoxen snips off any of Ho’s excess.
It ain’t difficult to argue the case that Mason Ho, the thirty-four-year-old Sunset Beach superstar, has had more barrels than Hollywood has cocksuckers.
In this stunning edit of a one-day session at Grajagan, and also starring the Indonesia prodigy Dylan Wilcoxen, who is only thirteen but who lives at Kandui Resort in the Mentwais, Ho’s nostrils quiver in the stink of double-overhead tubes.
Ho jackknifes his legs and bares his teeth in mock orgasm at each tube that descends upon him; Wilcoxen snips off any of Ho’s excess.
Barebacking at The Box.
Brother of US Olympian who shucked surf stardom for Only Fans riches releases stunning “rock and cock” movie!
Nathan Florence, twenty-eight and with reddish brown eyes like dried blood, is the pool boy and the pizza boy in this flick, editing…and… starring.
The middle brother of the Florence triumvirate, which includes Olympian and two-time world champ John John and underground skate/surf star Ivan has, again, demonstrated his durability across the multiple social platforms, YouTube, Instagram, OnlyFans etc, with his latest edit on YouTube.
The eight-minute short, Session of a Lifetime at the Box, features Nathan looking for an orgasm and a cocktail at The Box, a difficult wave near Margaret River that left the current world champ Filipe Toledo in 2019 looking like a “plucked and naked chook jammed in the freezer.”
Nathan, twenty-eight and with reddish brown eyes like dried blood, is the pool boy and the pizza boy in this flick, editing…and… starring.
The film follows the usual narrative, drama, attitude and then the cock shot.
Honeypot Lenny straps in!
Madcap scenes at Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch as big-wave honeypot and former BFF of Mark Zuckerberg Kai Lenny reintroduces the world to strapped-in back flips! “Enlightening, horrifying and heroic!”
A passionate summary of Kai Lenny’s ability to restore human dignity to those discredited surf disciplines, tow-surfing, SUPs, foils, straps etc.
Hawaiian Kai Lenny, the daring multi-discipline surfer who has carved an oasis in the surfing world with guts and with blood, has reintroduced the world to the awe-inspiring potential of foot-straps at the Kelly Slater Surf Ranch in Lemoore, California.
Lenny, a twenty-nine-year-old married daddy with two infants, partners with US Olympian skater Zion Wright in a session variously described as an “epic vision”, “brilliant” and “enlightening, horrifying and heroic!”
I found the five-minute video tremendously exciting and a passionate summary of Kai Lenny’s ability to restore human dignity to those discredited surf disciplines, tow-surfing, SUPs, foils, straps etc.
Chris Davidson, in his role as Kingswood Black in the iconic surf film Doped Youth.
Watch slain surfing great Chris Davidson in his wildest-ever movie role, starring as Kingswood Black in the 2003 masterpiece Doped Youth!
How do you wanna remember Davo? As the losing party in an alleged late-night fight or as the sneering, Billy Idol-esque preternatural talent that electrified surf fans?
Five nights ago, the Narrabeen surf prodigy Chris Davidson died after an alleged one-punch attack outside a bar in rural east coast Australia,
Davidson, forty-five, was allegedly punched in the face by Grant “Grub” Coleman outside the South West Rocks Country Club at around eleven pm on Saturday, September 24.
Davo fell, hit his head on the pavement, lights out. Sources close to BeachGrit allege the pair had a run-in at the bar and that Coleman was allegedly thrown out by the club’s security.
Paramedics treated Davo at the scene and he was taken to Kempsey Hospital but pronounced dead a short time later.
Kelly Slater, who famously lost to Davo in two consecutive heats at Bells Beach in 1996, wrote “Lost another soldier yesterday. One of the most naturally talented surfers I ever knew.”
So how do you wanna remember Davo? As the losing party in an alleged late-night fight or as the sneering, Billy Idol-esque preternatural talent that electrified surf fans and, in the instance of his role in Vaughan Blakey’s 2003 masterpiece Doped Youth, as the scene-stealing Kingswood Black.
The movie, which was a giveaway with Waves magazine in September that year, follows the travails of a band called Doped Youth, starring Ozzie Wright, Vaughan Blakey, Dean Morrison, James Catto, Luke Stedman and, on drums, Chris Davidson.
The group is desperate to win Battle of the Bands but must defeat five-time winner Groovy Avalon, played to perfection by the then three-time world champ Kelly Slater.
When I asked director and writer Vaughan about Davo and the film earlier today he said, “We needed to shoot one last scene for the movie and we couldn’t find him anywhere. After an hour or calling and driving around Narrabeen looking for him we found him at the pub. The light was fading, everyone was back at the house getting nervous about missing flights and here’s Davo in the front bar of the Sands drinking schooners. I said, ‘Mate, we need ya back at the house for the final shot of the movie.’ He says, ‘Yeah, no worries. I’ll finish this, have one more and then come over after that. Anyway, he never showed up. Everyone went home and we shot him the next day. Last scene of the movie. Sitting there on the drums nodding after the gig with a big shit-eating grin like he’d nailed it. But then Ronnie and Kelly come on and announce that Doped Youth lose.”
Mason Ho displays his radical inheritance from daddy Mike and Uncle Dez.
Hawaiian surfers Mason Ho and Clay Marzo put on a hitherto unseen display of wizardry at once-secret Indonesian wave, “Any hole or any pit was pleasure, and pleasure was the sweet meat of reason!”
A brief penetrating glimpse into the talents of two of surfing’s greatest virtuosos.
In this short from the studio of Riordan Pringle we see his master, Mason Ho, along with Clay Marzo, who also burns like an STD, deliver a hitherto unseen display of sorcery at Desert Point on the island of Lombok in Indonesia.
It’s an extraordinary encounter, a brief penetrating glimpse into the talents of two of surfing’s greatest virtuosos. Although both men are well into their thirties now, Ho is thirty-four, Marzo is thirty-three, their surfing exhibits a youthful joy.