Summer 2011: Bing Goes to Europe!

July 05, 2011

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This summer join Bing Surfboards founder, Bing Copeland, head shaper Matt Calvani and star shredder, Chris Del Moro as they make their way down the Southwest coast of France and to Spain for the Salinas Longboard Festival/Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational!!  Come meet these fine gentlemen and enjoy a glass of wine or cider and an interesting discussion about surfboards, surfing, and California surf culture!

Highlights

Schedule of Events

***The event schedule listed above is subject to change at any time.  Please check back for updates.***



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