Channel Islands "Biscuit Bonzer" Surfboard review by Noel Salas Ep 22

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.

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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.

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Hunter Davis
Hunter Davis - 1 year ago
I found a JS bonzer on Craigslist for cheap. Trying to decide if I need it, watching all the bonzer vids on yt
kenji sato
kenji sato - 1 year ago
this dude is the one guy that talks to everyone at the line up
Patrick Gainey
Patrick Gainey - 2 years ago
Thinking of purchasing. Beginner to intermediate in 2-4 ft waves - should I go shorter with the 5'8" or longer with the 5'10"?
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 2 years ago
Patrick Gainey I would go longer... make it easy on yourself to surf. Shorter will make it hard to stand up on.
Njsrufrider
Njsrufrider - 2 years ago
I wish we had a guy like you reviewing boards for New Jersey seasons. Im looking at these waves your riding and saying to myself rarely in NJ
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 2 years ago
Njsrufrider I hear you..., I know the waves I test boards is not realistic for everyone. My hope is you will get the gist of how these boards feel along with what their attributes are. Does the board have good speed and what are their characteristics. Our reviews are to help surfers learn a little more about the boards they are already thinking about buying... and answer questions like is it loose, fast, and what size waves will it go good in. I also like to test out the new constructions that are coming out... is it durable, does it have good flex, is it worth the extra money. Testing fins in these boards is another aspect I focus on and all of this is to help the surf community make better board decisions or maybe just help surfers pull the trigger with confidence on the boards or gear that they were already thinking of buying. I hope this helps.... maybe your the guy to do Surfboard reviews for the NJ crew? Just a thought..., Cheers
el chapo
el chapo - 2 years ago
dude looks like he's laying on the floor
Rad-Dad
Rad-Dad - 3 years ago
Agree that making drastic board changes can be challenging - may never surf a longboard for that reason alone. Seems like a lot of fin. Super rad surfing and footage as usual! Killing lowers.
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
ocean-life Yeww!!! Thanks for the props. Super fun board.
Miguel Marquina
Miguel Marquina - 3 years ago
If you had to pick 1 board for the conditions you surf most, which would it be and why?
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Miguel Marquina Sick!!! Love the Fever
Miguel Marquina
Miguel Marquina - 3 years ago
I have been surfing uppers on a 6' 3" fever stock dims on some Large futures F8 series man does it fly! I can totally see parts of other boards merged into this board, Loving it!
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Miguel Marquina I would choose a board tat has low to medium entry rocker and medium exit rocker. My DiMS would be between my Groveler and my HPSB. 5'8 x 19 x 2 5/16 Volume 26-27 liters. My favorite boards for this type of board is Fever Flexbar, Lost V3 Stealth Carbon Wrap, Hayden Shapes Darkside FUture Flex. No particular order. All 3 boards are epic!!!
Mattos Ohana
Mattos Ohana - 3 years ago
another fun looking board! and another killer board review!
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Chelson Mattos Stoked you like the show. Super fun board.
duncan aggleton
duncan aggleton - 3 years ago
Great vid, cheers. I've got the 5'6 and love it. Check out my clip of a couple of waves on mine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZmKul7V8Sg
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Epic thanks fro sharing your video with me!!!

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Romain Leberre
Romain Leberre - 3 years ago
Also a new f stop should be great !!!!!!!
James Goodman
James Goodman - 3 years ago
Hi Noel, just wondering how the bonzer felt on release during a turn. I am really keen to try a bonzer and loved my 5'2" biscuit but am afraid the 6" fin might make the board feel bigger than it is and on small waves there isn't room for more drawn out turns. All the best J
Chadikenz
Chadikenz - 3 years ago
Surf n Show Reviews nice vids noel! Would you say this board feels more like a performance thruster or a single fin?
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
It's kind of strange but when I was surfing the Biscuit Bonzer I didn't really feel the big single fin. The board has tons of drive and pivots pretty good. The release felt good and off the bottom felt solid too. I think the original Biscuit was fun but I had the 5'4 which was a bit big for me. I would love to ride this Biscuit Bonzer again in the 5'2 Stock DIMS. Let me know how it goes if you get one. Don't worry about the 5 fins under you just get one and go for a surf. Try something new and have fun!!!!
dizzeepetee
dizzeepetee - 3 years ago
Noel, quick question..do you think having too many different surfboards is good or bad for your surfing? Would I be better off riding one or two boards and getting to know them really well, or would riding seven different boards not be a disadvantage? I've surfed 8 years and an advanced intermediate, but have begun to wonder if sticking to one model would be more beneficial. Thanks in advance!
dizzeepetee
dizzeepetee - 3 years ago
Thanks Noel, that's helpful. It might be that time to cut the quiver down to what's actually useful and get to know a smaller batch of boards well. There's too many boards out there and it doesn't help that I'm much like a kid in a candy store when it comes to buying new boards, cheers!
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
dizzeepetee Great question. I think building a small quiver is key to excelling in surfing. Maybe just a 3 board quiver is good for starters. A Groveler 1-3, a small wave performance board 3-5 , and a high performance shortboard 4-6+. You will find yourself riding the Groveler and small wave performance board the most. Riding 1 board all the time will help you get better at surfing Because you get used to one board . On the other hand you don't want to choose the wrong board to ride in all conditions.

Another question I would ask you is what kind of surfer do you want to be? For example pocket surfing takes a certain type of board. If you are focused on this type of surfing then riding 1 type of board that suits this style of surfing is important.

I hope this helps.... cheers!
gulfsurfco
gulfsurfco - 3 years ago
Great review Noel! Will you be reviewing other shaper's boards, or are you exclusively reviewing CI boards?
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
bodhi tree I will be reviewing all major board brands. The JS Nitro review will out next Friday!!!! Stay tuned.....
bodhi tree
bodhi tree - 3 years ago
Surf n Show Reviews oh please let it be the monsta box! the lost voodoo child also looks good and the fever
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
gulfsurfco As of 2017 we are doing all major board brands. I am working on another review right now with JS Surfboards. Stay tuned!!!!
Esteban Sepulveda Carrion
Esteban Sepulveda Carrion - 3 years ago
Nice chanel! great review of the boards and your surf is cool. Question please, have you try anything like Hexatraction for replace the wax? im very curious about these kind of products and not much people talk about that.
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Esteban Sepulveda Carrion Thanks for the props on the show. I have not seen the product your talking about. I will look into it but I am not sure if I will review it. Thanks for the comment though. Cheers!!!
Bryan Truong
Bryan Truong - 3 years ago
Great review I love watching him surf too
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Bryan Truong Thanks cheers!!!
Rad-Dad
Rad-Dad - 3 years ago
Ditto re: sticking with similar volume, length of boards - I won't even touch a longboard anymore; far too much re-adjust time.
I just don't see a ton of Bonzer sales for CI although stoked they are trying new/old? concepts. Another great vid!
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Cheers thanks!!!
Mark Wiggins
Mark Wiggins - 3 years ago
Great to see a review on this board... Have to get my hands on one now.
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Sick... these boards are so fun!!! Let me know if you get one and how you like it. Cheers!!!
Miguel Marquina
Miguel Marquina - 3 years ago
Great! I'm happy that you're expanding! So you finally did the review for the biscuit? Bet you were having fun on that thing. When is your new website gonna be operational? Love the enthusiasm!
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
Miguel Marquina Probably in 3-4 weeks.
David Sweeney
David Sweeney - 3 years ago
great surfing as always!!
Surf n Show Reviews
Surf n Show Reviews - 3 years ago
David Sweeney Cheers!!! Fun boards.

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