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Fins, boards Bernd Roediger , well kinda

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Created by forceten A week ago, 22 May 2020
forceten
1104 posts
22 May 2020 9:47PM
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Well oh well, I think 2 threads on views is enough. Having found that Bernd shapes his own boards , fly's very high, and the fins on this are , ahhh different. Someone will say oh, we had those back in the day. All good.
i haven't seen any on a modern board.

forceten
1104 posts
23 May 2020 7:43AM
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Ok, not everyone is going to read that he shapes his own boards .

RichardG
WA, 3152 posts
23 May 2020 10:33AM
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Bonzer fins on side and single centre fin for trifin configuration in Campbell brothers style. Very cool set up.

bonzer5.com/history/

Similar fins are used by Windtech on their waveboard lines today and have been since back in the 1980s.

The short boards shape used by Bernd is reminiscent of Mark Paul's original stubby fish style 6 foot long and super wide short board from 1980:




Gestalt
QLD, 12677 posts
24 May 2020 12:05AM
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that board looks sweet on the wave. does anyone know anything more of his designs. such a small looking board too.

forceten
1104 posts
23 May 2020 10:43PM
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RichardG said..
Bonzer fins on side and single centre fin for trifin configuration in Campbell brothers style. Very cool set up.

bonzer5.com/history/

Similar fins are used by Windtech on their waveboard lines today and have been since back in the 1980s.

The short boards shape used by Bernd is reminiscent of Mark Paul's original stubby fish style 6 foot long and super wide short board from 1980:





That link is retro, lol.
Thanks for posting .

windsurftom
NSW, 275 posts
24 May 2020 8:11AM
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Gestalt said..
that board looks sweet on the wave. does anyone know anything more of his designs. such a small looking board too.


6"9 I think

Gestalt
QLD, 12677 posts
24 May 2020 3:08PM
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windsurftom said..

Gestalt said..
that board looks sweet on the wave. does anyone know anything more of his designs. such a small looking board too.



6"9 I think


thx



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