65 - Wide Points And Bottle Necks

December 28, 2018

In Asher’s final show as a Surf Simply coach we talk about longboard wide point concepts, the backlash to equal pay for women, violence in surfing plus: Barbados; five contests in one day and a little lightweight banter on immigration, climate change, and gun control, plus what to watch.


64 - All Things Being Equal

December 13, 2018

Harry, Jessie, Will, and Teale are back from Europe recording from Surf Simply's new resort for the first time. The guys talk travels, equal prize money, WSL contest action, shapers quiz, representing at the Olympics and what to watch.


63 - How To Build A Surf Simply

October 17, 2018

People & Company work with some of the world’s most famous house hold names to help them develop branding and build community. This episode is a repost of an interview they did with Ru Hill about how he built Surf Simply. Ru talks about the importance of building up people, knocking down ideas and why better doesn't mean bigger.


62 - Surf Science

September 29, 2018

Professors Sean Newcomer and Jeff Nestler of California State University are on the forefront of scientific research into surfing. They’re asking questions about how boards work, how waves work and how surfers work. Some of they’re results are surprising and all of their work is fascinating.


61 - Loggerheads & Big Wave Women

September 9, 2018

Bonnie Tsui tells us about the lives of the women who ride giant waves. Asher judges at the Quintal Loggerhead Classic. Will talks backwards bicycles and neuroplasticity. Plus: drawing iconic board schematics, Harry’s hit parade, world title news and what to watch.


60 - A Grand Day Out

August 4, 2018

Surf Simply spends a day at Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch. Plus: Harry surfs El Salvador; Jessie goes cave diving; Asher talks shaping philosophy at Bing and surfs Call To The Wall in Malibu; Surf Simply posts philanthropic; Indo goes bananas; Tesla’s surfboard; Craig Pearce’s WSL job application; Felipe Toledo coming of age; Facebook fumbles , what to watch and Teal interviews Surf Ranch guide, James Matthews.


59 - Surviving Holds Downs + CJ Nelson Interview

June 19, 2018

Jessie talks breath holds and surviving hold downs. Tommy interviews CJ Nelson and Surf Simply coach, Teale Beckenbach joins us for the first time. Plus: getting engaged, pushing kids into waves, the news, fantasy surfer and what to watch.


58 - Mexico & The Machine

May 24, 2018

With Asher back from the Mexilogfest and Ru back from Kelly’s Wave Pool, we compare the two very different events and ask what lies ahead for surf contests plus: Jacuzzi in the studio, glamping in big Sur, Waco gravity wave, sharks in W.A., upcoming Uluwatu contest and what to watch.


57 - Mick Fanning: The Best Of Us

April 14, 2018

Understanding the relationship between surfboard volume and surface area plus: a look back at Mick Fanning’s career; Surf Simply’s Nicaragua trip (and injuries), Derek hand planing, changing towels, no pipe masters, air shows, George Downing passes, Kirra & Bells contest catch up, new contest format; WSL changes and what to watch. 


56 - Clarke Little Interview and Surf Simply 2.0

February 19, 2018

Surf Simply’s new surf coaching resort, Clarke Little interview; Costa Rica's trump/brexit, happiness apps, surf ranch feedback, a new head judge, Facebook/WSL collaboration; losing the Pipemasters; Pierre Agnes; and what to watch via "asherhythms".


55 - Shiny New Things

January 26, 2018

Turning 40; VR Tech; JJF wins world title; Dusty Pain heavy wipeout; drone rescues; antibiotic resistant surfers; Quikbong merger; best objects of 2017; harry’s extra large fanny pack; things vs experiences; Fitbit for surfing; deck pads on longboards; cut backs on twinnies; plus what to watch.


54 - Bruce Brown, A Final Conversation

December 14, 2017

Legendary surf film maker Bruce Brown joins us on the show just a few weeks before his passing in Dec 2017. Bruce’s first film “Slippery When Wet” was made in 1955 but is now most widely known for “The Endless Summer” and “The Endless Summer 2”. At 80 Bruce is still sharp, funny and full of great stories from an amazing life.