Here’s a few shots from last weekend going back home for some real autumn freshness, and surf. Perfect light and surf, I love my home.. It even started hailing & almost snowing when I went out for my evening session. It was cold enough for it to stay white until the next day when I
“Never trust a fart!” thats what Bing gave us for a life advise! Here’s our interview of him. Herbert Bingham Copeland III was born 1936 and grew up two blocks from the ocean in Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles. When he was 12 he became friends with Dale Velzy who worked as a life guard at
Bing i Varberg from NORDICSURFERSMAG.SE on Vimeo. Mat Turries from Nordic Surfers Magazine did I nice little edit from yesterday when Bing was in Varberg at Surfers Paradise, well done Mat! Thank you for a great night Bing Surfboards and Surfers.
Today is a good Sunday cause even if it means it’s Monday tomorrow, it’s not gonna be any Monday blues; our friends Marg, Matt and Bing is coming to Sweden tomorrow! We’re spending this Sunday planning, cleaning, eating and waiting! Gonna be so fun to show our american friends our little part of Sweden.
We took two taxis and a bus from Costa Rica to reach Mark & Dave’s in Nicaragua. It was a detour for us but it was so worth going a bit north again to hook up with these guys. Margaret and Matt who owns and runs Bing Surfboards had gathered a group of people who
I fell in love with the Bing Swee´Pea, so I just had to take one of them with me. This is such an awesome board and I can’t wait to try it in the Swedish surf, I have the feeling it will work so good! Thin, wide, flat, playful and soooo fast. This is a 5’8
A company that produces surfboards for which people all over the whole world crave, dating back to the 50s with one hell of a story. This is Bing surfboards. Let us take it to the beginning. A young 13-year old boy named Herbert Bingham Copeland hanging out on the pier at Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles