See previous post of Tim Orr with his uber vintage Bonzer quiver, 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.
5′ 1-1/2″ x 22-1/2″ x 3″ handshaped by John Cherry for the Wounded Warriors surf camp, a group that takes war veterans of Afghanistan and Iraq surfing.
Mini-Simms/kneeboard/fish/boogie board and shortboard revolution influences.
Fins handmade by John Cherry.
John has been making crafty surfboards since the 70’s.
Bobby Donnelly is John’s shaping protege. Bobby is an E.O.D. tech in the military. He now has an artificial leg which makes surfing his traditional surfboards difficult.
Bobby’s new bionic limb.
Betty, Bobby and John at the Wounded Warriors Surf Camp in Del Mar, CA. Photo via Taped Off.
Resin tint by Gary Stuber. Glass job donated by Moonlight Glassing. Deck pad donated by King’s Paddle Sports.
More info about building this board on John Cherry’s blog.
NBC news clip about Wounded Warriors Surf Camp.
Friend of Surfy Surfy, Tim Hurley got into making Alaias awhile back. Here we have his latest creation in which he installed a couple of FCS Bonzer side fins. Surfy Sandra contemplates the concept. Surf photos are of Tim riding one of his finless Alaias.