Bing Copeland Day at Dive n’ Surf

September 01, 2015

This past Saturday, Dive N’ Surf in Redondo Beach honored Bing Copeland as a legend of South Bay surfing and shaping. California surf legends came out to support Bing, and waves residents showed their support by dropping in with their classic Bing surfboards to pick Bing’s brain on their history and to get his one-of-a-kind signature on their decks. It was an event filled with great stories, and beautiful boards, and killer street tacos. A huge thanks to everyone who made it out to the event, Dive N’ Surf for hosting, and to Tom Moss who brought down a sampling of his extensive classic Bing collection.







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