Engineered by science.
'Kelly's wave' can undoubtedly be considered the most important technological innovation in surfing since the surfboard development.
The Surf Ranch creates a kilometer-long perfect bi-directional (regular footers and goofies delight) peeling wave propelled by a steaming train in the heart of a cattle desert country in the California state.
A perfect wave engineered by humans trying to imitate nature. It always works, always pumping. Never a flat day. It also holds one of the ten mandatory stops of the World Surf League. And it has never opened its doors to the public. Until now.