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I need to get a little destroyer like that. It looks like a longer/slimmer bee than I normally see, is that true or just my eyes deceiving me?Beautiful board.
What type of center fin is that? I think it would awfully pretty in my Bee
Jp..isdat you rippin?
Thats a pretty good amount of dispaced water on that first pic. Especially for an old man.
Hard to believe he’s in such great shape after the pregnancy.
nice!I recently ordered a sub six thumb tail 3 fin from MC. stoked!
i like the shape as well – like a slimmer bee. right now, my only board is 6’2″ bonzer diamond tail shortboard and it’s got me covered from waist to whatever overhead we get on the east coast. that wave right there is a pretty good regular day here and thankfully the shorty paddles so good to get me in on even smaller stuff. that light vehicle looks like it goes oh so good for that stuff though… nice surfing jp.
Thanks. That board is a 5’8″ mini Bumblebee with the Light Vehicle bottom channels. It has a narrower tail than standard Bumblebees. It has bamboo side fins made by Marlin Bacon. The center fin was a True Ames fin that Jack Jensen retrofitted with high density foam. I really love that fin, I wish there was a way to mass produce it. The board surfs really smooth and buttery and has no top end. I’ve surfed it in pumping overhead surf and it goes.
oh dude that’s craaazy pops…you rip!
look http://www.multigliders.blogspot.com one bonzer 3…
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor of the mega-corpo surf company: Surfy Surfy, Inc