23rd July 2020
To transport surfboards, wetsuits, barbecue equipment and other “surfari” essentials, Gisborne Boardriders Club members are on a mission to raise funds for an enclosed trailer.
13th July 2020
*Outcomes **Open Committee Meeting – Shortboarding and Groms **8th July 2020*
12th May 2020
Tips from our local legends with Brent Rasby, JF, Emily Walpole, Dan Croskery, Blair Stewart, Hamiora Gibson and Jay Ryan-Emerre.
12th May 2020
Coolstyle & Proc talking everything longboarding. Ep 1: The Point Shoot out draft with Hannah and K-Dog. Yeeew!
26th March 2020
Gisborne Boardriders is actively promoting NOT TO GO SURFING during the government mandated lockdown period.
22nd February 2020
FIFTY-SEVEN children gathered at Gisborne's Midway Beach to compete in a junior surfing competition or to give the sport a go.
12th February 2020
Tomorrow is the last chance for local women to get expert surf coaching through Gisborne Boardriders Club.
7th February 2020
People with physical disabilities hit the water on Sunday to give adaptive surfing a go.
25th January 2020
Surfing for Farmers is just the excuse some people need to shut the farm gate and de-stress in the surf. Grant Miller reports ...
20th December 2019
The annual gathering of Gisborne Boardriders Club (GBC) members is an opportunity to award the year's notable surfers, announce entries of the Hall of Fame, and life memberships.
17th December 2019
The longboard surfing competition held on Saturday to support the Tauawhi Mens Centre raised $400 and the surfers enjoyed a day of clean 2-3 foot waves at the “Red Bus” surf break at Makorori. Gisborne Boardriders and Moananui Longriders combined their efforts to run the contest, which attracted 25 riders in each of the two main divisions - the traditional log and modern long board. Flo Bub from the boardriders club said the day was a big success and everyone had a good time. “We were certainly happy with the amount of money raised to support the Tauawhi Trust.” The “log” board section was won by Daryn McBride with 250 points, followed by Kelly Ryan on 215pnts and Blair Lambert third on 183. The open modern event was won by Daniel Proctor on 250 points, then Sam Johnson on 215, and Dan Croskery third on 183. The day also saw a fun bikini and speedo contest going down between round one and two to raise awareness for No Violence.