Surfy Special: The Frog Master is donating this lightly ridden 6’8″ Campbell Bros 5 fin e-wing Bonzer egg to sell for the Avery Hanel fund.
3 year old Avery Hanel has a rare case of Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia.
6’8″ x 21 1/4″ x 2 11/16″
FCS side runners, includes fins.
Covered in 1980’s Moonlight Glassing Frog logos.
Previously ridden used board, very light deck dents.
call or text 760-452-7687
*available online: clicky clicky
|Campbell Brothers Bonzer Eggs are some the best surfboards ever.|
|Incorporating the Max McDonald Elevated Wing for high level performance.|
|Fin boxes has made travel easier for the Bonzer enthusiast.|
|Shown: FCS Bonzer siderunners and FCS Fusion system.|
|Shown: True Ames Bonzer 6.5″ fin in classic Bahne center box.|
|People often ask if they can ride an FCS Bonzer as a quad. The answer is NO. It’s a 5 fin Bonzer.|
|6’6″ X 20 1/2″ X 2 5/8″|
Campbell Brothers e-wing 5 fin Bonzer egg
Shaped by Malcolm Campbell in Oxnard, California
Built at Moonlight Glassing in San Marcos, California
Resin tint w/deck patch. Fine wetsand gloss finish (not shiny).
FCS Fusion fin system w/FCS Bonzer siderunner fins: clicky
Ride with 6.5″ or 7″ True Ames center Bonzer fin: clicky
Plant your back foot in line with the e-wing and be astonished by this high performance vehicle.
Available at Surfy Surfy Surf Shop in Leucadia, California
Or, via our fancy online store: clicky clicky
*this board includes all 5 fins ($150 value)
Surfy online store Bonzer Finventory: clicky
|Surfy Soul Team rider Jeff Nelson jamming on a Bonzer5 egg.|
|Malcolm Campbell 1973|
|Duncan Campbell 1978|
6’2″ X 21″ X 2 5/8″
Shaped by Malcolm Campbell for Surfy Surfy Surf Shop.
Nice resin tint w/rear foot patch.
Pinline, wetsanded gloss finish (not shiny)
Glass-on Bonzer siderunners. Ride with 7″ Bonzer center fin (included – not shown)
The 3 fin Bonzer Bumblebee is a staple of the Surfy’verse quiver.
The Bumblebee is a replica of one of the shapes that Duncan and I rode between 1973 and 1978. It is designed to be ridden shorter than the average board. It has a wide arc tail, about 9 1/4″ to 10 1/4″ from corner to corner. Most people ride them the same size you would ride a “fish”. The Bumblebee rides equally well frontside and backside. It is very fast and works in a wide variety of waves.
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