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Ry, Bianca and Friends

by on Monday 21st March, 2011   22997 Views

THE RARE TO RAW RUGGER ROADIE….... The long and initially confusingly titled road-trip movie from Ry Craike and co. 

Filmed in two locations the title refers to the rarer than rare Cyclone Bianca swell which pummelled West Oz turning one particular beach on its head and blowing minds, before hitching up the trucks and moving south a scoring a raw off the map location.

“A day for the record books” Said Ry ... “Some of the best waves I’ve ever seen, certainly the best rights.”

Filmed and edited by Tom Jennings this is 13 minutes of your life you’ll spend wondering why the hell your local never looks like this.

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