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An ocean full of dreams ...

How I long for something new and untouched!

I need to touch - new waves, new ideas, new people.

I am inspired by those who dare to go first.

I also want to dare ... 

to fail and to succeed,

to dream and to create,

to freeze and to surf,

to be unridden.


I used to dream about tropical beaches and hanging loose ...

Now, cold waves make my blood flow and heart beat faster.

Cold waves teach me to hang tight when hanging loose just doesn't cut it.

Cold waves wash away my fears and failures and reset me.

Cold water makes me feel alive!

I realise that I should want more from life.

I see my future is unwritten and

I promise myself to write it

my unridden way.


- Asger Juel Larsen & Søren Alminde, Copenhagen 2019


And you - have you found YOUR cold water yet? 

#UNRIDDEN #MyColdWater

Unridden is going out when others stay in. Hang tight!

Unridden is exploring new opportunities. Hang tight!

Hang tight - when you know unridden is coming!
Tuning in to the unridden frequencies.

Unridden can hurt.
Oooops - gone surfing again!

Hang tight - when building a tough mind, and preparing yourself ...

... for the unridden ride ...

... and then being rewarded so much more!

Unridden is finding something that's your own ...

... and sharing it with friends.
Hang tight buddies!

Unridden is unpredictable and untamed.

Hang tight - when chasing new ideas.
No matter how crazy they may seem!

Surfboard made of ice: Click see full video ICE EDGE from Weggefilms.

HERO quote:

“Surfers aren’t the black sheep of humanity, but the futurists and they are leading the way to where man ultimately wants to be.

The act of the ride is the epitome of ‘be here now’, and the tube ride is the most acute form of that. Which is: your future is right ahead of you, the past is exploding behind you, your wake is disappearing, your footprints are washed from the sand.

It’s a non-productive, non-depletive act that’s done purely for the value of the dance itself.

And that is the destiny of man”

- Timothy Leary