Bing Surfboards Bing Elevator 9'2 x 22.625 x 2.875 Surfboard
In the 1960's the Bing Nuuhiwa Noserider and Lightweight models set the standard for noseriding perfection. Today, that model of excellence is the new Bing Elevator. Our most technical noserider which combines concave and step deck in the nose with a subtle tail rocker, creating a well balanced lift suitable for mind-altering noserides. The flex in the nose allows you to lock into the pocket and pump down the line, while the lift in the tail stabilizes the board allowing you to find the sweet spot with ease. Unlike many noseriders of the past, the Elevator holds its forward projection and is easily piloted through hard directional pivots off the tail. Every team rider who rides this board calls it the "best noserider" they've ever ridden. Favoring steep-faced waves [with a pocket] and point waves, this board is a lavish tool for the surfer whose focus is getting lots of tip time.
- DIMENSIONS: 9'2 x 22.625 x 2.875
- VOLUME: Unknown
- TAIL: Square
- FIN CONFIGURATION: Single Fin
- CONSTRUCTION: PU
- SURFBOARD TYPE: Longboard
Building a board in PU/PE means using a Polyurethane foam blank and glassing it with polyester resin. This is how the majority of today’s surfboards are built. It is not a new way to make a board, but the materials are very stable, strong, consistent, and easy to work with. PU foam is closed celled, meaning it won’t easily soak in water if you ding your board, and that also means that it doesn’t absorb too much resin when getting glassed, keeping your board light. Many surfers prefer the feel of PU/PE boards because that is what they have ridden all their lives, and because they feel really good.