27.5" Bing Puck - C7 Complete
Bing Copeland began surfing at the Manhattan Beach pier in 1949 at age 13, and by the fall of 1959 he had opened his first surf shop with his friend Rick Stoner. Bing Surfboards quickly became one of the most influential surfboard manufactures of the sixties and early seventy’s, renowned for its expert craftsmanship. From his magic nose riders for legends like David Nuuhiwa, to his work with the Campbell Brothers and the introduction of the Bonzer, one of the most unique and enduring designs of the 60’s, his influence on surfing is profound. Bing Surfboards has gone through many changes throughout the years, but it has always remained true to the roots of surfing. Under the expert guidance of master shaper Matt Calvani, Bing Surfboards continues to refine classic nose riding boards and create innovative modern surf craft. Their logo remains one of the most iconic and recognizable in all of surfing, and Carver is proud to collaborate with such an icon.
The 27.5” Bing Puck is a compact and lightweight shred machine, one of the shortest and widest in the Carver line up. It’s a combination that means this little ripper has insane rail control and super tight turning. Feel the true fusion of surf and skate when you step onto the Puck! With a 15” wheelbase it’s a fun and snappy ride for all ages and skill levels. Inspired by the agility and power of its hybrid surfboard counterpart, Carver's renowned CX and C7 truck system provides a dynamic and responsive ride, allowing riders to perform deep carves, tight turns, and smooth transitions with stability and agility. With a classic tail patch design and Sugarcoat top graphic this meticulously crafted surfskate is sure to become a collector's piece, if only you can resist riding it!
Wheelbase: 15 1/4"
Front Truck: 6.5" C7
Back Truck: 6.5" C2
Griptape Style: Sugarcoat
Stock Wheels: 70mm 78/A Smoke Mags
This is the signature truck that started it all. Still the smoothest turning, fastest pumping surf truck ever, it's at the leading edge of true surfskate performance. The patented second axis of this front truck not only increases the turning radius of your carve, but lets you snap the nose and pivot your turns off the tail. This dynamic creates thrust and drives you forward with increasing speed. The striking similarity to surfing performance has made the C7 the choice for surf training by Pros and Ams alike.