It is great to once again see a range of boards from Chus in Spain. He has a nice mix of influences in his range of boards . He has mixed them up nicely and created some interesting boards.
Check him out at : www.chusmasurfboards.blogspot.com
5ft x 24" x 2 3/4" Bamboo Quad
Nice little board by Keith "Tiki" Nevelee...
" I personally prefer quads for wide tail boards both short and long and after making twin fins for the first two simmon's I made, the quads seem to go better with more drive with the wider tails."
This weekend is the wooden board day at the Currumbin Alley. I hope you can make it. Sounds like we have some interesting people with a great deal of talent planing on being there. It will be a great opportunity to meet other board builders / shapers and see what they are up to. Or if you are interested in starting a project you couldn't be amongst a greater talent pool. So if you have built a board or would like to, come and join in the spirit of the day. Bring your board , your picnic lunch and have a surf. Low tide first up , some nice banks at the moment.
Don't forget if you are in town Saturday night head over to the Gold Coast Surf Museum and hear from 3 greatly talented speakers on wooden board building.
6.30pm at Surf World Museum
Tomewin Street opposite The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
If you have any questions contact me - email@example.com
Labels: Wooden Board Day 2011