Movement

Moving our ideas forward, sharing the latest on the progression of Bike to Surf, as well as updates on Cameron’s work with the Surfrider Foundation, the South Bay Bicycle Coalition, and various other groups that are out to do some good.

  • Bike to Surf Week: That’s a Wrap!

    What a ride it’s been! Literally, and figuratively. Bike to Surf Week garnered international participation from seven different countries, as well as the support of California State Senator Ben Allen, and organizations such as Sustainable Surf, Surfrider Foundation, CicLAvia, Surfers Against Sewage, and World Surf League. My Wave Addiction’s mission is perfectly aligned with Sustainable […]

  • Bike to Surf Week: 4 Days down, 4 to Go

    What an incredible beginning it’s been to the first ever Bike to Surf Week. Seeing each of your stories has been inspiring to say the least. Here are a few surfers from around the world making a difference. Share love from @WSL @meaghandost in Playa Del Rey, California @gabrielecantoni in Byron Bay, Australia @manusuchttortilla on […]

  • Fox Channel 11 Morning News Features Bike to Surf

    The perks of having a family owned restaurant continue to show their colors today. About a week ago my mom remembered that one of our long time customers is close personal friends with Rick Dickert. Rick is the South Bay born and bred, surfing, ocean loving broadcast meteorologist for Good Day LA on Fox 11 […]

  • El Segundo TV’s Bike to Surf Promo

    Here is a quick minute promo with El Segundo TV about Bike to Surf. Stay tuned for the full interview coming soon! *Skip to the 4:25 mark to get right to the clip.

  • MWA Partners with Sustainable Surf

    I remember when my eyes were first opened to the reality that is the current state of surfing. It was the beginning of 2015, and as I read about the nuances that make surfing less than a purist pursuit, the contradictions of our sport and lifestyle unraveled in front of me. What makes surfing less […]

  • A Bike Friendly South Bay: One Lane at a Time

    I was third in line to speak, and my heart was flying out of my chest. I’m not a huge fan of public speaking, especially when it’s going to be broadcasted on live television. It only aired on my local programing, but still. Communication major and everything, it’s still not something I feel comfortable with […]

  • The Bike to Surf Movement: An Interview with Chantae Reden

    Chantae Reden lives and surfs in Perth, Western Australia. Like me, she’s learning to live a more ocean friendly lifestyle, one day at a time. She interviewed me about Bike to Surf for her blog, and she asked some great questions. Read the whole (casual) thing here: The Bike to Surf Movement with Cameron Brown from […]

  • State Senator Ben Allen Supports Bike to Surf

    It was Friday morning of weekend one at Coachella 2015. I was feeling giddy enough as it was with the best weekend of the year ahead of me, and I got to wake up to an email from Ben Allen’s Chief of Staff, Samuel Liu. Ben is the State Senator for California’s 26th Senate District, […]

  • Easy Reader News Features Bike to Surf

    Funny story actually. Two long haired, bearded men walked into my family’s restaurant on a Monday. It was pretty quiet as Monday’s usually are. I took their order as I would with anyone else, and moved on to helping out other customers. As I stepped out of the kitchen to deliver their food, one of them […]

  • Why I Will Bike to Surf for One Year

    In January of 2014, I read an article on The Inertia that resonated with me, and has since led to me making a radical reversal in my priorities and the way I live my life. The article, written by Tim Baker, is titled Letter to Surf Magazine Editors of the World. As someone who is interested in writing […]

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