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Klemm-Bell Wayne Lynch model top view

Klemm Bell/Wayne Lynch1970

Australian National Surfing Museum

Australian National Surfing Museum
Torquay, Australia

Young Victorian surfer Wayne Lynch was seen as one of the world's most radical and progressive surfers of the late 60s and early 70s. He was closely aligned with a number of local surfboard manufacturers. KlemmBell had moved their surfboard manufacturing operations from suburban Melbourne to the coastal town of Torquay where Lynch shaped a limited number of surfboards for them. Heavily influenced by designs witnessed at the 1970 World Surfing Championship these boards featured revised outlines, hard edged rails and upright pivot style fins.

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Details

  • Title: Klemm-Bell Wayne Lynch model top view
  • Creator: Klemm Bell/Wayne Lynch, Klemm Bell/Wayne Lynch
  • Date Created: 1970, 1970
  • Location Created: Torquay, Victoria, Torquay, Victoria

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