Bing Copeland began surfing in 1949, at age 13, at the Manhattan Beach pier. Bing opened his first surf shop in the fall of 1959 with his friend Rick Stoner and became one of the major surfboard manufactures of the sixties and early seventy’s. At one point, the factory produced up to 40 surfboards a day. In addition to his board-building team, Bing also had a star team of riders, including David Nuuhiwa, Dru Harrison, Chris Schlickenmeyer, and Rolf Aurness just to name a few. Bing has gone through many changes throughout the years, but one thing remains true, the Bing brand offers a rich and tenured history to the roots of the surfing community with quality, craftsmanship, and innovation always being second to none.
27.5" CARVER X BING PUCK
The Bing Puck is a short, wide shred machine. With a classic scallop design on the graphic and over 15” of wheelbase, this little ripper offers a fun snappy ride for all ages and skill levels.