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11Holden Sandman V8 Supercar concept celebrates at Surfers Paradise [w/video]

Even if it only ever made it Stateside as a coupe (Pontiac GTO) and sedan (Chevy SS), GM's Australian division Holden offers its Commodore in a number of bodystyles: sedan, wagon, even a truck-bedded ute. And what's more, Aussie buyers can (for now, at least) even get each of those bodystyles in HSV performance spec. The one version we haven't seen thus far is a shooting brake, but now Holden, Triple Eight Race Engineering and Red Bull Racing Australia have teamed up to present this bonkers, one

3Finding surfing spots in the UK is tough work, even in a Jeep

You truly have to love surfing to practice the sport in the United Kingdom. The area isn't exactly teeming with warm beaches full of sunbathers, and absolutely no easy spots to find big waves. To be a UK surfer, you need to be a fearless adventurer, not to mention quite lucky. And driving a Jeep might help, too.

7JetSurf Allows You To Ride The Water Without The Waves

The world seems like a dry desolate place for those who enjoy surfing but don't live near the ocean. Every trip to a calm, inland lake can be like some kind of torturous, ironic nightmare. That is, unless you have a JetSurf.

9Video: WaveJet is personal water propulsion powered by batteries

WaveJet demonstration – Click above to watch video after the jump

5Oil prices hit home for surfers

If they consider surfing at all, most people certainly wouldn't consider it a sport susceptible to rising oil prices. Unfortunately for those in search of the perfect wave, the exact opposite is true. Unless you are one of the few who can afford to live right on the beach in a place like the north shore of Oahu or Kauai, you usually have to drive to a surfing spot. And since waves tend to be inconsistent, a surfer might have to check out several of his or her favorites before finding a good one

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