BING 60TH Celebration + Video Premiere of 'THINK BING' at Surfing Heritage and Culture Center

August 01, 2019

On July 25th, Bing Surfboards celebrated 60 Years of Craftsmanship at the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center in San Clemente, CA with a sold-out crowd! The house was packed, with standing room only viewing of the surf documentary, 'THINK BING' by Bryce Lowe White. Thanks to Zio Baffa Wines and Duck Foot Beer for supplying the libations, matched with amazing tacos to keep the belly full.

Bing Surfboards 60th Anniversary

'THINK BING' focuses in on key players and events during the history of Bing Surfboards. Candid interviews with Greg Noll, Duke Boyd, Bing Copeland, Chris Del Moro, Matt & Margaret Calvani, Campbell Brothers, Mike Eaton, David Rastovich, and Lauren Hill speak volumes. Keeping the stoke, the film also is full of historical surf film clips mixed in with the new featuring those that have ridden Bing boards the best for 60 years.

THINK BING Movie Poster

Also on display, were 6 handmade replica boards made by Matt Calvani, with the help of the amazing crew at our factory, as well as Sam Cody putting down beautiful resin panels, and Jim Phillips carving out beautiful fins. The 6 Replica Boards are available for purchase, please contact Margaret at sales@bingsurf.com for more info.

Bing Surfboards Replica Series

Special thanks to Tom Moss for loaning his historical collection of Bing boards, and to all those who helped make the night a great success!

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Next event will be at the Oceanside Surf Museum on August 21st with another showing of 'THINK BING' with special guests in attendance. More info soon!


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