Got some great waves this evening down at Church on the 9`9 Brian Anderson Aviso designed by Robert August! I am so glad I ran down there before dark, the wind died down and the swell picked up a lot from the last few days. It was just a handful of us trading of waves until the moon came out and sent us on our way…
Yesterday I went up to visit RS in Newport Beach at the Wave Tools shop over on Placentia. He has been holding it down for Lance the last few months, and has turned it into a little Aviso hub as well.
While I was there I picked up the 9`9 Aviso Brian Anderson Model by Robert August with a beautiful green tint. I have been dying to get my hands on a single fin to ride, and I was so stoked when RS handed it over for a test run.
After battling it out down the trail over a crowded Presidents Day weekend, I was in need of a different way to get my surf fix. Usually I am not much of a logger, but after riding the BAM I think I might be hooked. I caught as many waves as I desired, and was able even get in a little bit of tip time!
Christian has always told me that there is something special about the way that Aviso`s noseride. He told me once that it almost felt like he was cheating on his 10`0 CJ. Today I kind of understood what he was talking about, and I loved it! Check back soon for more on the BAM.
Check out the pictures and write up on the new 9`9 Brian Anderson Aviso model from Robert August!
Model Designed the way that \shapers wish they could have built noseriders back in the 60′s,the ‘BA’ model is way too modern to be considered ‘Retro’. Its robust outline and functional hips are offset with delicately knifed 50/50 rail resulting in a perfect release point for adequate speed and maneuverability. A conservative nose-to-tail rocker and thoughtfully foiled volume encourage smooth trims through critical sections with ultimate control on the tip.
Style: Nuevo Retro
ALso click here to see a few waves of Brian riding Aviso Technology! BAndersonVideo.html