April 13, 2015

Did you know we love seeing your Bing Surfboards and Bing Surf gear in action. It makes our day. Seeing these boards in your hands and in your home water is what gets us out of bed each day. So share away! Show us where you and your #BingSurfboards are sliding today. Here are a few of our recent favorites …

Left to right: @chapmanatsea, @terry_mori, @jdnphotography, @lostinthelitterbox


Left to right: @sophiabagnall_, @shoplovesara, @terry_mori, @joff_phipps


Left to right: @glizza_lei_asejo, @inkfxcorp, @outlawswarhammer, @cgiotis53

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Bing and Rick Surfboards Logo Sticker
'BA' Logo Story. The Evolution of Surfboard Graphic Design.

November 18, 2020

In 1959 my friend Rick Stoner and I decided to open our first surf shop on the Strand in Hermosa Beach, Ca. We'd been surfing with our friend Stu Linder who was pretty artistic. Stu donated his time giving our little beach shop a Polynesian look. Now we had a shop and we needed a logo. 

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November 06, 2020

Bing rider Will Allen has a big crush on his 5'8" Bing Spork. Designed by Chris Del Moro and Matt Calvani, the Bing Spork is a modified shortboard design that excels in waves that let it light up. Great for beach break barrels, fast crossed up peaks, and points. Check Will Allen out ripping his recently in Southern California. Filmed and edited by Ryan Cannon.

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October 16, 2020

The last issue of SURFER Magazine (sobs) has hit the shelves and basically you may only find a copy somewhere the news is not out of their indefinite pause. A sad day in the surfing community, although there is a diamond of an article in the issue that features our lady in charge, Margaret Calvani and Bing rider Lauren Hill. 

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