2 thoughts on “Rick Hudson Rasta 1995”

  1. Hi again Ross.What a hoot a real blast from the past.Story time if I may,the Rasta version of the Stewart surfboards LSP Jeff Kramer model,much improved of course.ha ha .I Remember chasing Jeff Sweeney around Torquay with Greg Vick to get a look at the original LSP model he had brought back from the states with him,a few measurements and into the Rasta shaping bay for Nick to put together he did a good job looking back at the plan shape now,looks quite balanced .All under your creative direction great times.The yellow gath helmet also brings back memories good and not so good,ha ha and my surfers ear would a lot worse without it. Love to catch up when you are up here cheers Rick and thanks for the kind words .

    1. Hi Rick yes I remember the excitement when the LSP made it to Torquay…that board was so progressive and your right Nick made a good fist of the design shape…Greg Vick told me also about the LSP…the pendulum from progressive to traditional longboards…we did it all…well almost…I think that board headed to Noosa after here…and was considered one of the early progressive longboards in that region…supposedly when it got damaged the boys up there ripped off a template…aah… it continues ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚…ithought youโ€™d enjoy the post…still digging through my old photoโ€™s…catch up soon Best Ross

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