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Surf the Bonzer Space Time Continuum

5’7″ x 21 1/4″ x 2 1/2″

Shaped by Malcolm Campbell

Original artwork by Peter St Pierre at Moonlight Glassing.

The Roundnose Mini Light Vehicle Bonzer brings the past, present and future.

Malcolm sez,

The Mini BLV3 utilizes the original Bonzer 3 fin system and the Bonzer Light Vehicle bottom design. This model is a blend of the old and the new, and exist within the timeless zone of the Bonzer Space Time Continuum.

The shape is a combination of one of our early 70′s Australia influenced nose templates, and the thumb tail that we use on the recent Mini Merk Model.

If you are looking to ride something that is extra short, is fast and rides equally well front side or backside; this might be your ticket. The average size for these bulbous babies is 5’4″ to 5’8″, but can handle a few inches in either direction. The overall dimensions are approximately 17 1/4″ in the nose, 21 1/4″ wide, and 16 1/4″ in the tail. Thickness obviously varies with individual preference.

Keep in mind that it’s profile incorporates a medium beak nose and medium to medium trim rails. This model does not, we repeat ‘not’ have the profile of a Hull type board. It is a short board that will paddle well and not catch rails and tip over easily. Short, fast, fun and surprisingly versatile is how it has been described so far.

This featured board is available via the Surfy Surfy online store: clicky
See also: 5’8″ x 21 1/2″ x 2 11/16″
Campbell Brothers Bonzer Vehicles Be Mindful tee: clicky
Bonzer fins for sale: clicky

7 Responses
  • Anonymous
    November 7, 2013

    Speaking of space time continuums, can you explain Lost to me? Can Malcolm? Maybe Duncan cause he lives on the island? Hurry. My brain hurts like a warehouse.

  • Anonymous
    November 7, 2013

    very much like this board

  • Anonymous
    November 7, 2013

    Like to know the volumes of shortboards in the future.

  • Anonymous
    November 8, 2013

    Think that’s a better question for Matt Biolas

  • Tim Orr - Pure Life Surfboards Hawaii
    November 8, 2013

    Wow…super cool shape, art & glasswork! Craftsmanship transcends time…wonderfully through love.
    Nice work Malcolm & Moonlight!

  • Anonymous
    November 11, 2013

    volume for bonzers is kind of irrelevant, given that malcolm shapes the concaves in himself & volume as calculated on a computer is for when it comes off the machine; any # given would be misleadingly high.
    i can say that i’ve ridden a friend’s 5’6″x21 1/4″x2 5/8″ MBLV & it worked so well for me that i will be ordering one of my own in the very near future. for reference, i’m 6’0″ & 190lbs & live in the mid-atlantic, where the water is cold & the waves are weak.

  • Anonymous
    November 18, 2013

    just picked up a 5’6″x21 1/4″x2 1/2″ mini bonzer 5 & am absolutely AMPING to try it out!

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