“This book is about my life, my surfboard company, and the surfboards I made in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Full of great stories, photos and memories of this wonderful period in the design evolution of the surfboard and surfing culture.” – Bing Copeland. 9 by 11 inches in size (coffee table style book) and 192 pages long. Featuring over 100 photographs of classic Bing surfboards. A must-have for any collector, each copy autographed by Bing. Available at bingsurf.com, classicbingsurfboards.com, and Amazon.com.
“The Lineup is about everyone who paddles out. Surfing is a great equalizer: The CEO of a Fortune 500 company could be sitting side by side with a penniless vagabond chasing the next swell. It’s the only sport where you could also find your own heroes [click to continue]
Iconic shot of George Greenough captured by photographer Art Brewer. Eccentric and innovative kneeboarder, designer, filmmaker from Montecito, California. From “The Encyclopedia of Surfing” by Matt Warshaw.
We offer an alternative to the
thruster and contest mentality that dominates our sport. We choose
to celebrate surfing for what it is:
a joyful union between the surfer
and the ocean. Our mission is to
give voice to those people — surfers, shapers, writers, artists, filmmakers, and photographers — who quietly
keep surf culture alive.