Porky’s a simple little board with it’s roots set firmly round 1974, I was competing in the cadets and Cheyne Horan was on fire. The man to beat he was riding a stubby, pale blue, Barry Bennett single fin. While we were all riding anything from 6’2” – 6’4” Cheyne’s BB was only 5’8” and on it he was virtually unbeatable. Geoff McCoy sponsored Cheyne shortly after and produced his version of the little bean which proved extremely popular particularly on Sydney’s southside. I worked on my own style as well and these uncomplicated, forgiving little craft proved a valid and fun design. Featuring a close to double ended planshape, slight roll to flat to vee through the bottom, soft, catch free rails and a large deepish single fin. Resurrected as the “PORKY”. a faithful reproduction of the old stub with a modern option of being able to drop in a small set of front fins and or run it as a thruster…..