Nick Perry

Pride Bodyboards would like to announce the signing of northern beaches local and the ‘really, really, really good looking’ Nick Perry.

Commonly known as ‘Pedro Linguisey’, Nick has been on a mission this winter both up and down the coast, competing on the Aussie Tour as well as clocking up the frequent flyers chasing swells. We got a few quick words off the man after an epic session down the south coast.

‘I have been riding the new boards for the last 3 weeks down the south coast and I was blown away! The ride and quality far surpassed my expectations!

Pedro joins one of the strongest youth teams in Australia with the likes of Sam Bennett, Mitch Woodland, Cade Sharp, Ben Veitch, Shaun Pyne and Jimmy Williamson.

‘I am stoked to be involved with Pride. The team of riders has so many different personalities and they are all in it to push the sport as far as it can go…. coupled with the support behind them… yeah, i am stoked! These guys will be the future... no doubt’.

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