Bing Copeland 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 60's and early 70's. In the late 1970's, shaper Mike Eaton continued the Bing legacy through the 80s and 90s. Mike passed along the legacy to a new generation of surfboard shapers, mainly, a young man named Matt Calvani. To this day, Bing Surfboards are built by Matt Calvani and the Bing manufacturing team located in Encinitas, CA.
Cleanline Surf and Bing Surfboards have created a wonderful collaboration to bring you the quality surfboards you've come to know from Bing, branded with our awesome Cleanline Surf Logo. We are super stoked to be able to offer these great boards at great prices. This Cleanline Bing Quad Longboard is a great performance board that will have you skating down the line with a smile on your face. Sure to keep you stoked in the water!
This Cleanline/Bing Surfboard was made with PU construction, has a sweet Cleanline Surf Logo and a loose and fast quad fin setup
Dimensions: 9'0" x 23" x 2 7/8
Designed for: Beginner to advance surfers on ankle to head-high surf
Fin Configuration: Quad with FCS plugs
Fins Included: Sorry, no fins included. Shop for Fins Here!
Polyester construction uses traditional materials and laminating techniques to produce a strong, reliable surfboard. For years traditional polyester boards have been at the forefront of performance surfing. These boards feature a progressive flex pattern controlled by a high-grade timber stringer and feel very reliable under your feet. Polyester construction will perform in all surf conditions and can be adapted to suit a wide variety of surfboard models.
- Bing Surfboards 9'0'' Cleanline Quad Longboard The Bud Roberts ModelReview by Tom Grenfell Tom Grenfell
RatingBud's been riding Matt Calvani's shapes with our logo for the past several years. After his latest quad fin longboard he claims to be the best one yet, we decided to have this built for the shop. Matt used a tail shape I've been using since the mid eighties. The round tail produces smooth turns and holds in good on heavier waves without slipping, while the wings allow the board to come around turns quicker when you put it on rail. Quads are being used on all types of boards, but they've been around for a long time. With no center fin to hinder rail to rail transfer and small trailing fins just behind the larger ones, you have radical control. This is super high performance.(Posted on 2/2/2016) 2016-02-02