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Top of the Pyramid






Tim Orr is a stoked surfer/shaper in Hawaii who shapes his own Bonzer vehicles and collects vintage Campbell Brothers Bonzers.
This groovy quiver shot is in celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Bonzer surfboard.
36 or so Bonzers by Malcolm and Duncan Campbell, Eaton, Bing and Tim himself.

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  • Anonymous
    July 22, 2011

    whoa

  • Anonymous
    July 22, 2011

    Bonkers!

  • Anonymous
    July 22, 2011

    Pyramid Power

  • Anonymous
    July 22, 2011

    Man, I love and respect obssesive, compulsive quivers. It inspires me to… buy more boards! From all us surf-hoarders out here, way to go Tim!

  • jaredamuscat
    July 22, 2011

    can you say epic?

  • Anonymous
    July 22, 2011

    Tim and Elsner should fight for bonzer-addict supremacy.

  • Anonymous
    July 23, 2011

    Jesus H Christ… Lucky a black hole didn’t form on site and suck the entire world into it… that is some cosmic power there!!!

  • alain
    July 23, 2011

    How many can he ride at one time? 🙂

  • B-Dog
    July 28, 2011

    Nice Tim! How did you get all the boards to the top of that Puu?

  • Anonymous
    July 31, 2011

    I had the honor of helping Tim get all of his bonzers to the top of the cinder cone. It took many hours of packing and two Dodge Power Wagons to haul them all up there.

  • Tim in Kona
    July 31, 2011

    Mahalo nui! …to all my friends that helped me along the way to achieve my vision of putting together the “Evolution of the Bonzer” quiver as a 40th Anniversary Tribute to the Campbell Brothers, who are ever so deserving and have shared so much freely with all of us and have changed our lives with the Bonzer Surfboard. This has been many years in the making and I’m so blessed amd stoked that I have a great crew of friends that helped me get all of the Bonzers up to the Pu’u at Makalawena, Big Island Hawaii…such a magical & spiritual place to me & a huge endeavor that I wouldn’t have been able to pull off by myself…mahalo nui & much aloha to Cole, Ben, Mike, Mark & my daughter Melia!
    Much respect to and for Malcolm & Duncan Campbell, Bing Copeland & Master shaper Mike Eaton…Happy 40th Anniversary of the Bonzer!
    I just returned yesterday from 9 days working for Randy Rarick for the Hawaiian Islands Vintage Surf Auction over in Honolulu and then back over to the North Shore to pack boards for shipping…what an awesome experience!…so just getting the chance to check out the Surfy blog & post a comment… mahalo JP for posting it. The surf auction went great & raised alot of money for many good charities & worthy causes, including the Duke Paoa Kahanamoku Foundation, Surfrider Foundation & the Surfing Heritage Foundation. Tip of the hat to Randy Rarick for pulling it all off in style & enormous fashion! So much history and legend brought together in one very special place. I hope to be part of another in the the future.
    Malama pono & Mahalo Ke akua!
    Peace, Love & Light! Bonzers rule.
    Tim Orr

  • Tim Orr
    July 31, 2011

    My friend Mark Rogers is a professional photographer and helped me out greatly with the “Evolution of the Bonzer” quiver…taking some beautiful images of the event. He just released some photos of the journey on his photo website…here’s da link if interested:
    http://lightwavephotography.smugmug.com/Surf/BonzerQuiver/18214841_MqCnGN#1400200051_28tWJ7f

    Aloha nui,
    Tim

  • Bakeca
    September 18, 2011

    Excellent scenery. The surfboard is a myth for the art. Bye

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