- 304 Pages
- 10 × 12 inches
- Full color
- Photos by Jack McCoy
- Edited by John Ogden
- Published by Cyclops Press
Grajagan: Surfing in the Tiger’s Lair
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From the Javanese tigers that once prowled its jungle to the reeling left that attracted drug-smuggling outlaws and world-class surfers to Mike Boyum’s template for the surf camp, Grajagan’s history has long been shrouded in myth.
Co-authors and nascent G-Land travelers Mike Ritter and Jack McCoy bring the wave’s legitimate origin story to light in their new book. To read an excerpt, click here.
Interview subjects include: Gerry Lopez, Rory Russell, Warren ‘Abdul’ Anderson, Rusty Miller, Gary ‘Kong’ Elkerton, Peter McCabe, Terry Fitzgerald, Alby Falzon, Shirley Rogers, and more.