The Hulkster, Blue Man Crew, Wall Street representatives, and even nerds all had a good time this Halloween at the Wegener's house. Thanks to Sean Criss, Matt Calvani, and all who came and did it up. Super huge assist goes to Manny Caro for spinning records and keeping the dance floor full all night.
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Thursday, October 20, 2011
This is the Cyrus Model. Low rocker and nice volume. One could ride in about any wave condition. I used a recycled foam blank, Bio resin and put on a veneer deck. Please excuse the distance of the footage. The camera is stationary on the beach.
Monday, October 17, 2011
Ryan Gerard, proprietor of Third Coast Surf Shop, sent me pictures from the swell that hit Lake Michigan a couple of weeks ago. The wave buoy in the middle of the lake read 23'. Pretty big especially for a lake. This spot is in front of casino in Indiana, and is in a protected bay, which kept the winds under control. Ryan is riding a 6'2'' Bluegill. One of the recycled foam, bio resin types.
A 7'2'' performance egg made with recycled foam, US grown plantation wood, Organic Entropy resin. The Surfcraft Cooperative is a collaboration with Cyrus Sutton, Korduroy.tv, myself, and other participants to make better surf products influenced more by stoke than what is pushed by the larger surf companies.
Friday, October 14, 2011
This evening, Mike and I glued up some off-cuts from the veneer boards. When I put fins on boards, I like to experiment with templates, sizes etc. Fiberglass fins can get expensive, especially if you want to try a bunch of templates. Now I need to figure a way to attach these wooden fins without glassing them in.
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
I left the last 7'6'' in Maine. We really liked that board, so I made a new one. This is recycled foam, wood veneer, and super sap resin. This construction creates a lot of inertia and spring. It is loose and has the drive of a longer board.