Bing In the Media (updated 2.7.10)

January 12, 2010

IN THE MEDIA
Updated 2.7.2010
Surfer SURFER MAGAZINE: THE SURFBOARD GUIDE 2010 – Featuring Bing models (OT Lotus, Elevator by Chris Del Moro, and Lovebird by Chris Del Moro, and an interview with Bing head shaper, Matt Calvani.Download (.pdf / 2.1 MB)
blue_nov2010 BLUE MAGAZINE JAPAN (November 2009 Issue) – Featuring an interview with Bing shaper and team rider, Ashley Lloyd, and the Bing Dear & Yonder Model Surfboard.Download (.pdf / 894 KB)
slide_northatlanticgifts SLIDE MAGAZINE (Issue #15) – North Atlantic Gifts (Story by Mikey DeTemple) – Surfing in the Northeast U.S., featuring Mikey DeTemple, Kassia Meador and Bing team rider, Rob KulisekDownload (.pdf / 1.2 MB)
liquidsalt LIQUID SALT MAGAZINE (Online)- Profiles of the people who make the history, culture, art & lifestyle of surfing – Features interviews with Bing Copeland, Matt Calvani, Zeph Carrigg, Chris Del Moro, Ashley Lloyd, Rob Kulisek and many more.
liquidsalt SURFSCIENCE.COM (Online)- Matt Calvani of Bing: Progressing with the Right Surfboard – Get Bing head shaper, Matt Calvani’s take on riding the right equipment.For full story, click here.
Surfer SURFER MAGAZINE (June 2009 Issue) – Features Life Aquatic, a story by Bing team rider, Chris Del Moro, about his travels through the islands of Indonesia with filmmaker, Thomas Campbell and the cast of The Present. The article features beautiful images from the trip (courtesy of Dane Peterson), including Chris shreddin’ his Bing Lovebird Model.Download (.pdf / 4.4 MB)
Outside OUTSIDE MAGAZINE (Summer 2009 Issue) – This year’s Summer Buyer’s Guide features a review of the Bing Lovebird Model by Chris Del Moro. Available on newstands May 1st.Download (.pdf / 1.7 MB)
Vogue VOGUE SPAIN (May 2009 Issue) – Check out page 160 for the latest in European surfboard fashion!Download (.pdf / 1.2 MB)
2009guide SURFER: THE SURFBOARD GUIDE 2009 – Featuring 120+ boards from the world’s best shapers and manufacturers, including shapes and interview with Bing head shaper, Matt Calvani.Download (.pdf / 1.2 MB)
journal THE SURFER’S JOURNAL (VOL. 18, NO. 2) – Please welcome Bing’s newest team rider, Rob Kulisek of Long Beach, NY (page 104).Download (.pdf / 712 KB)
surferjuly09 SURFER MAGAZINE (JULY 2009) – Featuring the new Bing Whippet by Chris Del Moro in this month’s Board Forum (page 129).Download (.pdf / 234 KB)
blisss_april2009 BLISSS MAGAZINE (APRIL 2009) – Clothing company FEW New Zealand pays tribute to Bing Copeland & RIck Stoner’s role in introducing modern-day surfing to the people of New Zealand in their April ad.Download (.pdf / 144 KB)


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