Changes are inevitable and usually hard, but they are also a new beginning. New things are on the way. Please stay tuned. I’ll update as things settle out.
Heading out tomorrow to do some boards for Greg Surf Co. Osaka, and Surfindian, Pacific Beach, San Diego, and do some tattooing at Avalon Tattoo in beautiful Pacific Beach. Of course I’m planning on getting wet every morning before work. See you in the line up.
Here’s one available in Japan. Thanks to Laid Back.
working at the factory now:
7’2″ HPH speedster (hydrodynamic planing hull/Simmons), done in 6oz volan, with Calvani/Bing keels
9’1″ EDB (every day board), done in 6oz volan with a single box
and for my own enjoyment and education a mildly asymmetric HPH at 6’8″ (plus or minus) with Mitsven keels and a special “fatigued” resin job by Bing/Adam
contact me for availability and prices, or look for them at Surfindian when they’re ready.
Okay, so today I spent at the Bing factory (formerly Channin’s) up on the hill in Encinitas shaping. To show for it I have an 8’2″ EDB winter round pin and a 7’1″ HPH speedster. Both will be finished in 6oz. volan and are up for grabs. Tomorrow I have a US Blanks 8’0″H to shape. Hmm. What sounds fun?
Well Surfindian has sold out of my boards again! I just can’t seem to make them quickly enough.
On the way:
9’1″ EDB arc tail, 6oz volan
7’6″ hillbilly hull, 6oz volan
8’6″ Piglet, volan
7’4″ smoothie (hullish egg), 6oz volan
These should be at Surfindian by the beginning of August.