Germany’s Blue Surf & Travel Magazine Features Bing Surfboards – Part 2
August 16, 2012
Part II of Robin York’s three part series has arrived! Click the picture above to read about the surfboard building process (German) and to view photos of his 9’6 Trimulux as it travels through the factory.
From the editor:
To my heroes at BING: here’s the second installment of my three part series on the building of my dream board, courtesy of Bing Surfboards. It’s in German, as I’m an editor for the German-speaking Blue Surf and Travel magazine. There’s some great photos by Bing photographer Kyle Chambers that document the board building process. Thanks so much to Matt Calvani, his wife Margaret Yao Calvani, the amazing work that airbrusher Sam Cody did in creating a perfect Bavarian flag design, and to all the other heroes at Bing Surfboards!
Bing Rider Will Allen in a short video by Cameron Nelligan titled 'Sleeping Tacos'. Will is riding a 9'9" Bing BN Lightweight. The BN Lightweight Model is a lighter weight version of the Original Bing Noserider.
We were driving at night and thus had already broken one of just two rules we made before crossing the southern border. It wasn’t really our fault. A long construction delay due to recent landslides held us up for over an hour. We passed white crosses on the winding downhill, marking those who’s brakes gave way or tequila got the best of them.
Thanks to all that made it to the Boardroom Show in Del Mar, and to our Bing Surf Shop re-opening party! Lot's of good friends came out to enjoy food by Bird's Eye Kitchen and beers by Saint Archer. We also premiered the movie trailer for our 60th Anniversary documentary series filmed and edited by Bryce Lowe White. Stay tuned for our event at SHAAC in San Clemente in July and our video premiere at Oceanside Surf Museum in August!