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Solid Classic Balsa Malibu by Riley Balsa – NEW

$1960 AUD

After World War 2 the first balsawood surfboards emerged and changed surfing dramatically. These lighter and more manoeuvrable boards meant a more radical surfing style which soon became known as hot-dogging. From their origin in Malibu, California, balsa surfboards soon made their way to Australia were keen surfers such as Scott Dillon began riding and making them.

 

The Riley Classic is a solid Malibu inspired by these boards of the 50’s and 60’s which the Australians, Americans and Hawaiians rode at the small point breaks of Noosa, Malibu and Waikiki. This is a great board for hot-dogging and reminiscing those good ol’ days. The Classic should definitely be ridden but nonetheless it looks great on office walls, restaurants, homes and shops, creating a heritage look.

 

Own a part of surfing history!

 

Features:

 

• 12 month warranty – you snap it – we replace it
• The Classic weighs around 15 kg– like the boards back then
• The strongest and most durable longboard available
• triple cedar stringer
• proven shape
• Hand shaped and glassed in Australia – quality guaranteed
• Great resale value
• Micro-tagged to prevent theft

 

http://www.balsasurfboardsriley.com.au/theClassic.html

 

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Riley Balsa Wood Surfboards

Sydney, AUSTRALIA

March 19, 2010 3:45 pm

+61-0-412376464

URL: http://www.balsasurfboardsriley.com.au/theClassic.html

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