'BING SESSIONS' EPISODE 4

August 28, 2020

PHOTOS BY: RIDGE BEN BEN

My 9'10" Bing Elevator is by far my most favorite longboard I have ever had.
A close second would be the foam board I learned to surf on.

Bing Elevator Model Will Allen Ridge Ben Ben

Anyways, the Elevator has a slight step deck in the nose/tail and that means lifted noserides and clean turns. The board is a technical rider, but when you get the hang of it... you never want to ride another longboard! The Elevator is that good. Great job Chris and Matt, on making another classic creation.

Bing Surfboards Elevator Model Will Allen Ridge Ben Ben

The guys in the factory do an incredible job of making these longboards surf insane and look insane!! We are very grateful for all of you in the board building process. Bing surfboards would not be here today without all of you.

Bing Surfboards Elevator Model Will Allen Ridge Ben Ben

So from all us surfers that ride bing boards, we say Thank You!! And the last thing, I want to give a shout out to Paul Nett for helping Ryan and I further this vision / make it into a series.

Hope you enjoy! - Will Allen

FILMED AND EDITED BY RYAN CANNON / LOGRAP




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