rail grab

Holding the rail of the surfboard; used in any situation where a bit of extra stability is needed. California surfer John Peck made the rail grab famous in the winter of 1962–63, as he blasted through hollow sections at Hawaii's Pipeline in a low, three-point stance, riding backside, right hand locked on the edge of his board for balance. Tuberiding to this day, both frontside and backside, is oft...

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