A local man in Sydney is trying to make a splash in the surfboarding world after a surf board for free was created for him.
The surfboard, called the Surfer’s Surfboard, has been designed by Robert Moses Beach in Northbridge.
The Surfboard was originally designed by Mr Moses himself in 2007 for $5 and he is hoping the board can be used to help raise awareness about surfing, particularly with the wave breaking and flooding occurring in Sydney’s south coast this year.
“I don’t know how long it will take to make the board, but I hope to be able to get the word out about it and hopefully the community will use it to raise awareness and help surfers get off the shore,” he said.
Mr Moses said he was inspired by the idea of a surf boarding board after the wave broke on the beach in September this year, and his surfboard was born.
“It’s not an everyday thing, it’s something that happens on a regular basis,” he told 7.30.
“A lot of people have surfboards, but this is a unique design.”
You can get a surfboards in Australia for free, but if you’re going to go out on a surf, you’re paying for the surfboard and you can’t do that with the surfer’s surfboard.
“Surfboards are used by surfers across the world for surfing, and surfing is one of the most popular sport in the world.
Mr Moses surfboard is a design which was created by a local Australian, and was donated to the beach by the local Surfers Board.
The surfer said he had been surfing for about 20 years and said he did not know anyone who surfed for free.”
This board was given to me by someone who was surfing for free because he couldn’t afford to go to the surf club,” he explained.”
If he had surfed on a board, he would have gone to the club for free.
“Surfing surfers in North Bridge have donated surfboards for free to surfers.
Surfer Robert Moses is trying his hand at surfing with the Surfboard.
Mr Moses said he wanted to create awareness about the health and safety of surfing.”
The surf board is made by the community, and we’re trying to get as many people as possible to understand that it’s a good idea to get out there, take a surf trip, and to get back out to the water again,” he added.
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