Taylor Nelson in Mexico

March 18, 2014

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Bing Team rider Taylor Nelson recently left one paradise for another. During her school break at University of Hawaii she headed to Mexico to link up with Bing Team rider Israel “Izzy” Preciado. Within minutes of landing Izzy had Taylor on a boat and into some fun and empty surf. Taylor’s Instagram posts @tayrosenels were showing her having a great time. The Sayulita Surf Classic 2014 was also running, which Taylor decided to participate in. She ended up taking 4th along with Izzy getting 3rd in the contest. If you want to get away to somewhere close try visiting Izzy. Check out his website http://surfinmexico.com for more info.

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