BOB MCTAVISH LIVE SHAPING AT PUKAS HURLEY SURF CLUB
Last Tuesday Australian shaper Bob Mctavish was performing a live shape show at the Pukas Hurley Surf Club.
In front of all the spectators shaping one of the first more user-friendly designs of the Shortboard Revolution, the Rincon is named after its first breakthrough performance in early 1968, at Rincon, California - the Queen of the Coast. It followed straight after the deep-vee Plastic Machines of 1967, and the flatter bottom and finer rocker allowed fantastic speed down-the-line, allowing a ride from way out on the Indicator, clear to the highway, on any set wave!
Edit: Oscar Valencia / Darkline Productions Music: Take Five "The Dave Brubeck Quarter
Pictures: Alfredo Ardanza
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