Tracks Digital Magazine for iPad – The Surfing Bible

tracks digital magazineTracks Digital Magazine Tracks is a monthly Australian surf magazine, promoting itself as “the surfer’s bible.” It is published by Next Media threeCheck Digital Magazine Price UK GBP Sterling
Check Digital Magazine Price US Dollar times per year. First established in October 1970 by Alby Falzon, Tracks started as a kind of counter-culture tabloid, printed on cheap paper and produced on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Since then it has grown to be a major surfing publication. In the 70s Tracks published a cartoon series about a surfing pig of steel, Captain Goodvibes, by Australian cartoonist Tony Edwards. Goodvibes became an icon of the Australian surfing culture. They continue to create icons: surf gods! Check out the most exotic surfing locales, keep informed about the pro circuit, find new surf spots, drool over stunning surf action shots, and keep up with the scene on your local beach.
Don’t worry about your experience level; cheeky grommets to grizzled gurus will all enjoy Tracks magazine. Purchase your digital magazine subscription to the original surf bible, Tracks, and save 2% off the newsstand cost. This includes three digital issues that you can access on your PC, Mac, iPad and Android device.

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