Timmy Patterson Gas Pedal Surfboard
If you’re looking for a board to glide over those slow and weak sections, the Gas Pedal is what you need. There’s no need to sacrifice that high performance feel with this board. Einstein might have come up with the theory of relativity but Timmy has solved every surfers “need for speed.” No need for a full groveler as this board can be your everyday “go to” board. The Gas Pedal is a “no brainer” because it is going to work in small gutless surf to overhead waves. The Gas Pedal is built with medium low nose rocker and medium high kick in the tail rocker. The reason this board creates so much speed is from the magical single concave that’s dug out in the bottom. Timmy also likes to foil the rails out to a medium rail allowing for progressive surfing in small surf to those better days.
Ride this board just a little shorter and wider.
This board was originally designed with a swallow tail in mind but also likes to be ridden as a squash tail or even rounded squash.
Recommended fins for this model are the Julian Wilson Air Core from FCS or the Rake Legacy Template from FUTURES.
About this board:
Glassing: Standard (4+4 deck, 4 bottom)
Fin Boxes: FCS2/Futures x 3 (Choose option above – Fins not included)
Tail shape: Swallow Tail
Dimensions/Litres: See size graph above
About Timmy Paterson Surfboards:
T. Patterson Surfboards was founded in 1980 by surfboard shaper Tim Patterson. The Patterson family has a long history in the surfing industry and Tim is the second generation surfboard builder from the Patterson family. His father, Ronald Patterson, and his uncles, Robert and Raymond Patterson, have been involved in the surf industry since its inception in the 1950’s
Prior to opening T. Patterson Surfboards, Tim shaped at Hobie Surfboards in Dana Point, California. It was there that he learned the art of shaping from legends such as Dale Velzy, Chris McElroy, Mickey Munoz, and Terry Martin. He was involved with all the facets of the manufacturing process including shaping, laminating, glossing, sanding, and airbrushing. Tim is well versed in all phases of surfboard manufacturing and is considered an expert in design, development, and the hand shaping process.
At T. Patterson Surfboards, Tim continues to apply his knowledge and skills to research, design, and create constantly better surfboards. Tim also spends lots of time in the water making sure that his designs give surfers the speed and responsiveness that we all crave.
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