A Sunny Day In North San Diego

July 21, 2014

Bing Team at Churchsclockwise from left: Lola adding her style to the traditional hang 10, Mick relaxing and enjoying the glide on an inside peeler, James perched and poised on a clean wall. photos: aaron kim
Last week San Diego welcomed in a couple of fun SW swells. The reports looked good for Wed and Thurs so the Bing Surfboards team packed up each morning and headed up to a favorite North San Diego point break. Bing Surfboards team members Mick Rodgers, James Parry and Lola Mignot were on hand to enjoy the long lines and warm water. Above are just a few frame grabs from the two sessions. Keep an eye out for the video edit coming soon. We hope you got some of the last swell.



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