I wrote recently about the mystery surrounding this South African Country Rhythm thruster. It was shaped by Australian shaper Neal Purchase at the Country Rhythms factory in South Africa, and has a Simon Anderson and Glen Winton stickers.
How many authors can one book have? How many shapers can shape one board?
Reece has solved the puzzle with this video of Glen Winton surfing against Italy's only pro surfer, Mark Occhilupo in the 1984 Lacanau Pro.
Glen riding - Neal shaped - Simon licencenced - Country Rhythms built.
It was cool to see that come to fruition Damo.ReplyDelete