Chris Jones Surfboards
Chris Jones has been making surfboards in Newquay since 1965, learning his trade in the old Bilbo factory in the 1960's. He was a competitive surfer winning the English, British and European titles in the same year. He is also a former Cornish and British Junior champion.Chris has making making surfboards of all types under ...
With 40 years of surfing and 26 years of shaping and a role in board manufacturing since the early 60's, Chops Lascelles is one of Europe's most renowned shapers. It all started and after many years of travelling and surfing the globe I eventually chose the traditional Cornish village of St. Agnes to settle in. Over the years, ...
With an incredibly varied coastline and almost every imaginable kind of beach and reef set-up available the UK offers a huge variety of waves to the surfer prepared to suffer cold in the winter and a regular battering from strong coastal winds. North Cornwall and Ireland offer the most consistent coastlines, although the variety of rock reef and dominant offshore winds in the North East make the most of every drop of swell.
While a shallow continental shelf drains a little power from incoming systems the North Atlantic in winter is the most prolific swell generating area on the planet so with a little imagination waves can be found almost everyday outside the less consistent mid summer months.
From minor dings to major damage someone here should be able to help you get your favourite board back in the water.