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You're Never Washed Up on This Beach

Legian Beach School of Surf Guarantees They Can Teach Anyone to Surf.

(6/28/2002) Established in 1999, The Cheyne Horan School of Surf on Bali's fabled Legian beach, claims: "There are no restrictions to who can surf. It is for all to enjoy."

In fact, there so certain of this fact that they guarantee to have you up standing on a moving surf board during their half day lesson. If they fail, the next day's lesson is free-of-charge.

They must know what they're talking about. Since opening, the school has managed to "graduate" over 3,000 surfer boys and surfer girls. And according to the School's Manager, despite the guarantee of free lessons for failed students their rate of success is such that "we don't give away many free lessons!"

Cheyne Horan

Cheyne Horan is a living legend in surfing education circles. Teaching the sport since 1978, Cheyne has coached the Australian National Surfing Team, the U.S. National Team in Hawaii, and the Indonesian National team. He has also been actively involved in educating world champions in the sport, including Wayne "Rabbit" Bartholomew, Wayne Page. Shane Powell, Pam Burridge, Todd Ingham, Mark Occhhiluppo, Nicky Wood, Damian Hardman, and world-champion Pauline Menzcer.

Learn to Surf in Bali

The Cheyne Horan School of Surf, located on Jalan Arjuna along Legian's Beachfront, offers a full range of surf programs including half day lessons, full day lessons, three day intensive programs, and private tutorial surf lessons.

A half Day Lessons from balidiscovery.com starts from just US$ 32.50 and include transfers and all the equipment necessary to safely master the sport.

This promises to be an offer too good to refuse.

Everybody's Gone Surfing?

Incidentally, if anyone sees an over-forty and overweight Caucasian gentleman in the Legian area wearing newly purchased surfing shorts (price tag still attached), sporting recently dyed white hair, and carrying an armful of Beachboys records - tell our editor, Jack, to please come back to the office.

 

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