Transporting Stand Up Paddle Boards presents some unique challenges. Because of their shape and length, Hardboards donít transport easily. If you donít want to deflate and re-inflate your inflatable SUP every trip, it will also be difficult to take from point A to point B. Although at first glance stand up paddle boards look easy to transport, their long and flat shape actually makes them act like wings when strapped to the roof of a moving vehicle.
As the hot days of summer are upon us, it's the perfect time to try Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) - an activity that has swept the nation over the past few years. Standing on what can be best described as an elongated surfboard, participants use a paddle to propel themselves across the water. The activity is inclusive, easy for anyone to try, master quickly, and have a blast while doing it. Not to mention, paddleboarding is good for your mind and body in so many ways. If you are looking for an activity that is not only fun but also has a variety of health benefits, paddleboarding is for you!