Bing Copeland Article in Nalu Magazine Japan

March 04, 2014

Bing Nalu Magazine
Nalu Magazine Japan recently released Issue #91 that features Bing Copeland in a nice 5 page article. Bing Copeland started Bing Surfboards back in 1959 and has seen a lot of change and innovation over the years for surfboard design and manufacturing. Matt Calvani continues the tradition of quality well crafted and designed surfboards that make performance easy for surfers of all levels. Thanks Nalu Magazine for printing some surfboard history that shows Bing’s contribution to surfboard production and design. If you haven’t picked up an issue of Nalu Magazine get one today..even if you don’t read Japanese.



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