A bottom turn shot from the early 1980’s during the Rip Curl Easter Classic at

A bottom turn shot from the early 1980’s during the Rip Curl Easter Classic at Bells Beach. The board is either a 6’2″ or a 6’4″ twin fin. My contest quiver consisted of a 6’2″ for small surf & the 6’4″ was the “step up” in case the surf got bigger. I did the Color designs on them as well as the Glassing & decal set ups, both were identical so in this case I can’t tell which one it was…. I think it was the 6’4″ which is on display in a glass case in Torquay at Surfworld / Australia Surfing Museum. Sorry I don’t know who took the photo, I found it on Instagram @silversurfer0161 @ripcurl_aus @neilridgway @surfview @anothery @seano888 @australianationalsurfingmuseum @mfanno @markrichardssurfboardsapparel @ripcurl_usa @ripcurl_newcastle @ripcurl_europe @surfboardempire #markrichardssurfboards #markrichardssprays #markrichardscolordesigns #mrtwinfin #mrretrotwinfin #twinfinsrule #twinfinfever #twinfinfevercatchit #twinfinsforever #mr1981retrotwinfin #mr1981retroworldtitletwinfinreplica #mr1981retroworldtitletwinfinreplicamodel #mr1981retrotwinfinmodel #mr1980retrotwinfin #mr1980retrotwinfinmodel #ripcurlbellsbeachpro #bellsbeach

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