Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Handplane, alaia, paipo demo on Saturday morning.

Wegener Surfboards will be at a handplane demo sponsored Nikua Kai Waterman shop in Manhattan Beach, north of the pier, on Saturday morning starting at 8:00 am. We will have a few handplanes to test drive and a couple of paipos and alaias also.


Friday, June 22, 2012


Check this video out from Surfline.  I am sorry about the add, but I could not get rid of it.  A group of guys are in Liberia, teaching Liberians  how to make surfboards they will be able to afford and make themselves.  Currently, they have to hope traveling surfers will leave them a board when the traveler leaves the country.  Recently, I made a few boards and blanks that went to Liberia to be apart of the project.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Rosa's garden is producing.  It is a jungle.  She has a very green thumb.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012


Mike's new toothpick. This is roughed out.  I hope to finish it up tomorrow.  This is a little bit of a experiment.  I have made a couple of wood toothpicks and are great.  Mike wanted a lighter version, so we are trying epoxy.  It will be interesting to compare.  The wood has so much momentum, but the foam may have benefits.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

3'10 Paipo ready to be shipped to Wavehounds in Seattle, Washington.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Paul Cheatham's Quiver


Here is a article from the Ocean Beach  Bulletin.  The Bulletin did a interview with Paul about his surfboard quiver.  Paul is an alaia riding advocate,   He is definately tough, riding an alaia in the cold northern water with no leash.  Check out his clothing company No Enemy.  His entire quiver looks pretty sweet.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Rosa caught this Alligator Lizard at my daughter's school last week.  We volunteer on the Campus upkeep, gardening team.  You don't see Alligator lizards every day.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Alaia Evolution Utilizing Wind Power

Check out this video done by Alex K.  He is riding a custom alaia kiteboard I made him.  He calls Freckles.  Please take note how the board skims over  the kelp, but does not slide or skip out.  The board is finless.  He and his brother in Hawaii are super happy with the way the alaias are kiting.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Little Ambassadors

Two Mini Simmons to be glassed up with Super Sap and sent to Japan. 5'3'' and 5'4''.