By the 1970s the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Oahu was already widely known as a Mecca for any surfer worth his weight, acting as a testing ground for anybody wanting to break into the big league. Every winter, the best surfers in the world gathered to prove themselves, testing their skills on some of the toughest waves known to man. However the North Shore was also a melting pot of different cultures and attitudes in which drugs, gangs and hippies clashed, with the lawless atmosphere easily representational of its nickname,
Bustin' down the Door
In 1975 a group of young surfers revolutionised their sport. This is their untold story.
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