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Oldtimers Longboard Surfing Classic, VIDEO – Music By Bruce Maclean

WELLFLEET – The Cape Cod Oldtimers Longboard Surfing Classic, delayed by a hurricane and then moved from Whitecrest Beach to Newcomb Hollow because of wave conditions, turned out exactly as planned.

In other words, everyone was stoked to be there.

The Oldtimers Longboard Classic has been our favorite event on the Cape since we first started Cape Cod Wave in 2013. And Newcomb Hollow, the site of our very first story/slideshow, has always been extra special.

So, yes, we were stoked too. 

This video features the commentary of Edward Gurnett, who MC’d the event in his typical hilarious and politically incorrect way.

Thanks especially to Bruce Maclean, whose music fits our surfing videos so well. This video features Maclean’s song, “130 bpm” and it ends with the beginning of another of Maclean’s original songs, “Washashore.”

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