Sunday, December 4, 2011

Surf Machine Surfs Jacky's Board for the First Time

Brian (177 lbs) loves it. No changes. The Greenroom will be making a copy of the "Jacky" model for him. Z is getting a copy of the "Dwight" model done by the Greenroom.
7'8 x 28.5 x 4
























7 comments:

Brad said...

Brian looks weak. Why can't he make a complete turn on a wave? looks like he just visited the Pacific or something. Wish I could have made it...

csx355 said...

That's looking pretty ripped up and choppy - stability must be pretty good. I've had the 7'10 shaped now and am hoping the larger version should help me in similar conditions. I'll post some pics and story soon. Thanks Dwight.
Regards Steve

Brian & Krista Autry said...

The board stability amazed me! The conditions were as bad as they get and the waves were very inconsistant. Lots of standing in place.

NC Paddle Surfer said...

It was a NE to ENE wind out there. NO other SUPers out, because it was horrible. Brian wanted to test the board in the worst conditions to make sure the "Jacky" model was right for his weight.

NE is our most choppy, un-surfable, sea condition. We normally search out the protection of a Jetty to surf these conditions.

Brian was out there a long time too! I would have been exhausted in 2o minutes.

CB1 said...

SurfMachine is ripping it up! Hope I can make it to that level one day!

So is the DW Dumpster Diver making a debut in the UK?

csx355 said...

Hopefully - the blank's been shaped and it should be glassed up over the next week or so. Dwight's got a lot to answer for!

CAUSTIKOV said...

too much for me!!!! what a dream to have one in Italy!!!! what an envy;-)
GO BIG DWIGHT, wonderful job!!!! if you manage to make a dream come true, remember me.... hehehehe!!!!