Surfing maneuver in which the rider moves to the front of the board and assumes one of a half-dozen or so positions. As described by California surf journalist Bill Cleary in 1965, noseriding is "a sport within a sport." It can be an act of transcendent elegance and subtlety, and is most often performed in small waves while riding a longboard. The exact origins of noseriding are unknown. Hawaii's...

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