A surf contest that would make Evel Knievel pick up a board.
This years Kustom Air Strike, eight-month long, free for all surf contest is in full swing and the water is heating up with local grooms at there secret spots to pros laying down bone crushing, aerial madness in Indo. The contest is constrained by few rules, even fewer contestant restrictions (open to all surfers), and backed by a $50,000 winner-take-all bounty. The world’s richest single-trick surfing contest to reward the world’s most innovative and craziest aerial surfing.
The event window runs from 1 January through to 31 August 2010, meaning 243 days of aquatic carnage. Any beach with a breaking wave and a surfer is instantly competition grounds. The grand prize will go to one winners from anyone on any wave on any beach in the world. Biggest air wins, no straps allowed, all comers welcome to upload there aerial footage.
“We know there are surfers doing amazing things above the wave on breaks around the world so we are now reaching out to them to show us what they’ve got” said Pat Fraley, Brand Director of Kustom USA. “Kustom’s mission with the Air Strike is simple. We want to produce surfing so inspired and revolutionary that it breaks all the rules, forever changing the face of surfing as we know it,” says Harry Truscott, Kustom general manager.
Dusty Payne took home the prize last year throwing down his Balinese frontside 360 boost.