Channel Islands "Biscuit Bonzer" Surfboard review by Noel Salas Ep 22
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Click to buy: SURF STATION - https://www.surfstationstore.com/collections/channel-islands-surfboards/products/channel-islands-biscuit-bonzer-surfboard This video is about Channel Islands "Biscuit Bonzer" Surfboard review by Noel Salas Ep 22 The Biscuit Bonzer is a small wave board and with the large single fin you have unlimited options on fin placement. With the low entry and exit rocker, Bonzer concaves and 5 fin setup makes these little boards so much fun to ride says Salas. Noel talks about why he went custom on these two Biscuit Bonzers. The stock dimensions on the Channel Islands website fit Noel at a 5’2” with 29 liters of volume. He went with two custom boards one at 5’4” and the other at 5’5”. When the boards get too short for him like a 5’2” then it takes a while to transition back to his performance boards. The shorter boards at 5’2” seem to mess with his stance and center too much so he rolled the dice and really liked the 5’4”. Salas did mention the 5’2” looked very appealing to him but he remembers his struggles with the transition from his stock 5’2” Pod Mod that he loved. Noel liked the Biscuit Bonzer and recommends riding it shorter like the CI website recommends but not too short.. He gives a great example on how to buy it stock or order it custom. From The CI website: www.cisurfboards.com The Biscuit originally began changing lineups in 2007. Revolutionary at the time with ultra-flat rocker and standard sizes going as short as 5’2″, the Biscuit rapidly became a favorite for many of the team riders and surfers around the world. Soon after, we began to notice that certain people “Bonzer-ized” their Biscuits with the Campbell’s 5-fin setup. Turns out the pronounced spiral vee in the back of the board jived perfectly with the Campbell brothers’ Bonzer 5 recipe. Now exactly 10 years later, that vision by a small crew of surfers is a reality. For all of you who remember the smile the Biscuit brought to your face, enjoy the added drive and rail-to-rail feel of the Bonzer 5 Biscuit. Ride this board about 4″ – 6″ shorter than you are tall.