Ben Gravy Scores New Jersey's Namibia, Spreads Stoke in Ohio (Watch)

We thought it'd be a little longer before we heard from Ben Gravy again, but apparently he's been busy.

He's been surfing New York and getting shin high bombs in Switzerland.

And he's been chasing hurricane surf in the Netherlands and New Jersey.

He captioned the latest edit above:

"Huge thanks to the state of New Jersey for building me a $10 million dollar point break! They really didn't have to do that...haha seriously though hopefully we see some solid waves push through this dredge point before it washes away again into the Atlantic.

"Hurricane season is pretty much here so potentially we'll see some dreamers any day now. Today's video includes about 2 weeks of trying to score waves at the dredge & a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio for the Red Bull Flugtag, in which I had the honor of MC'ing. Thanks for all of the stoke & support NUB NATION! FOR THE DREAM!! - Ben"

In true Gravy fashion, he begins the adventure super stoked and he stays super psyched the entire time.

After a quick glassy session, Gravy ventures to a spot being dredged by the State of New Jersey "just for him."

He decides to give them some feedback and gives it a test run, managing to get a few waves.

"This wave looks like Namibia from here. Then you go out there and it's Knee-Mibia, about knee high," he sayd. "But this board turns it back into Namibia. I got barrels, I got cross steps, I got turns, pocket rides, grab rails, Duke Kahanamoku stance."

Ohio's next on his agenda. Watch the half hour video for more fun with Gravy.


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