Archives for July 2014

How to Make This a SUP Summer to Remember

Try a New SUP, Launch from a Different Spot, Start a SUP Charity   Summer is in full swing and if you have been sitting on the shore of your favorite waterway, watching people glide past like a gondolier, you’ve probably wondered: what this paddle boarding experience is like? SUP is enjoying a newly found […]

SUP Racing: A Showdown

Taking SUP Racing to the Next Level Dale Earnhardt once quipped: “Finishing races is important; but racing is more important.” For the average stand up paddle boarder, the experience on the water often involves a single pursuit: to have fun. And as I’ve often noted here, that experience is determined by several key elements. The […]

The Mule!

If you live close to water, love to paddle board, and if biking is your primary mode of transportation (either out of necessity or desire), then you should get a Mule! The Mule is a specially designed wheel set that allows you to transport your board with great ease. It attaches to the back end […]

The Best Stand Up Paddle Board for Your Long-Term Enjoyment

The Best SUP Point of Entry If your first stand up paddle board is not the Boardworks 10’6” Sirena SUP, you may be making a common error that most novices to the sport make. You obviously want a board designed for long-term enjoyment across a variety of conditions. You want this SUP to provide a […]

Stand Up Paddle Boarding: Boomers on Boards

Why SUP is So Important for Health and Seniors Here’s what you’ll see if you go down to almost any water way: stand up paddle boarding enthusiasts plying the waters, having a good time, and by default, getting a healthy dose of exercise in the process. Here’s what you probably won’t see: seniors on stand […]