Adventure to Baja with Where's My Office Now + Bing Surfboards + Go Westy Campers
January 15, 2018
Friends of Bing, the modern nomads known as @wheresmyofficenow , are heading to Baja for a few weeks or longer documenting their surf trip and sharing their experience along the way ( leaving the names of breaks anonymous of course ). Corey and Emily also partner with @gowestycamperswhich allow the couple to live in a sustainable manner while on the road. They are taking some fine Bing boards with them thanks to @mattcalvani and @theshaperswife .... a 5’4” Dharma, 5’4” Dharma 2, 7’8” Seeker, and a 9’6” Pocket Knife Model by @mele_saili ... Really looking forward to sharing their surfing travels through our feeds and blog. Hoping that the final video will be submitted to surf film festivals worldwide as well! Photo: @ambassador_of_stoke#bingsurfboards#thecraftsince59#madeinca#gowesty#bajacalifornia
Duke Boyd was responsible for the advertising and design of Bing Surfboards from the mid to late 60s. Surf magazines were the main source for anything related to current events in surfing at the time. No web, social media.
The seventh episode of the BING SESSIONS series features the always frothy Bing rider, Will Allen riding two custom shortboards he worked with Matt Calvani to create. A twin fin with channels / swallow tail and a Bing Spork.