History of the Snurfer
Snurfing 1980
Snurfer is here - by JEM Corporation
 
 
Real People will cover National Championships
Bay Window Collegiate
December 11, 1979
 
'Real People' sings Snurf City, here we come
January 24, 1980 - Muskegon Chronicle
 
1980 National Snurfing Championship - the schedule for the Muskegon State Park event. Weather forced the rescheduling of the event and a move to Pando Ski Lodge.
 
Snurf was up and Bill Pshaw rode the best 
Snurf was up and Bill Pushaw rode best
February 24, 1980 - Muskegon Chronicle
 

A racing bib from the 1980 event.
 
February 24, 1980 - Grand Rapids Press
 
SnowBoarding - Part 1
January 1980 - SkateBoarder
 
 
 
 
 
SnowBoarding - Part 2
February 1980 - SkateBoarder 
 
Muskegon, Michigan - The Birthplace of Snowboarding
History of the Snurfer and the Snowboard
An Online Exhibit
1965 - Sherm Poppen and the birth of Snowboarding
1966 - A Ride That Could Become The Nation's Newest Outdoor Craze
1967 - How Bobby Became King of the Snow
1968 - Ted Slater and Sally Waite win first 'World' Snurfing Champions
1969 - Second Annual Snurfing Championships
1970 - Snurfing Test Attracts 600 to Muskegon State Park
1971 - Brunswick advertising - The Snurfing Bug
1972 - Snow Flake Snurfing Contest
1973 - Snurfer is here!
1974 - Snurf's Up - The Word Spreads
1975 - Snurfing Goes National
1976 - Winter Wonderland
1977 - Winter Blast to Start Semester
1978 - The Great Blizzard of 1978
1979 - Jake comes to town
1980 - Championships leave Muskegon and gain national exposure
1981 - Snurfin' U.S.A. - 15 years later.
1982 - Snow Surfing Championships expand with event in Woodstock, Vt.
1983 - Weather cancels National Snurfing Championships at Pando
1984 - Novak crowned National Champion
1985 - The end of the National Snurfing Championships
 
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