Riverbreak is river surfing’s premier online magazine, featuring news, commentary, gear reviews, photography, videos and art from the global river surf community’s intriguing modern river surf figures. Riverbreak also aims to make a sustainable global impact via partnerships with initiatives and organisations like Rettet die Mur, murtreiben and others.
A place for river surfers / What we are
Riverbreak is the world’s first magazine focusing exclusively on river surfing. It’s a place for riders to enhance their skills, share and discuss their experiences and convey the unique lifestyle of river surfing. It’s time for river surfing to step out of the shadows and become autonomous from it’s cousin, ocean surfing.
Creating a vibrant home for all river surfers / Our mission
We strive to make a vibrant home for all river surfers. People, gear, places, you will find everyone and everything has a place here, from the most awe-inspiring riders to the freshest surfboards to the coldest mountain surf-spots. We provide our readers with the newest stories from rivers that are being surfed all over the world – and even some that aren’t (yet).
Giving the river surf community a voice / What we do
We look for the stories, events and individuals that paint a picture of today’s modern river surf landscape. We try to provide our readers with fun and interesting stories from every aspect of the sport, aided by our network of organisers, surfers and initiatives.
The guys behind it / Who we are
Riverbreak is being maintained by a growing group of people connected by their love for the sport. Just as the river surf community is slowly getting off its hind legs, and stepping into public view so are we.
The ideology behind it / Our philosophy
Riverbreak is a non-profit community magazine – all costs for running this site are coming from our empty pockets.
Have something to say? Want to jump on board?
We are always looking for contributors and enthusiastic river surfers to help introduce new river surf-related areas of interest. Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop us a line via our Send the Mag a Letter form. We’re ambitious to answer every single request as soon as we can!