Published on August 7th, 2014 | by Jacob Kelly Quinlan

On Location: Cunovo Wave

Check out the third stop on the Surf Anywhere European Wave Project tour. This time we’re in Cunovo, Slovakia riding the sheet flow wave designed by Josef Bauer who brought the stoke of river surfing to a small village near Bratislava. The wave rips, the locals shred, and the falls are deadly.

The wave is in it’s third season and is a perfect example of a wave that is built into a channel that pulls off of a bigger river — the channel allows more control of the wave shape. Sepp’s conecpt is definitely a huge step forward to what can be built in a river. There is still a few tweaks that may provide some improvements to usability but hear all about it from the Bengineers in the video.

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Jacob Kelly Quinlan

A founding member of the Surf Anywhere Project, Jacob loves exploring new waves, meeting stoked river surfers, and hopes to make it easier to surf anywhere in the world. Beyond that, Jacob's passion is community and is a pioneer of river surfing culture.



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