We rented a couple of SUPs...
We rented a couple of SUPs for a long weekend, to give it a try. We live on a river, and weren't sure if the current would be a problem. Entire family tried them out - ages 16-50.
Loved these boards. They were easy to carry, and maneuvered great in the river. We could easily travel against the river current and then coast back down. Great activity for all ages.
Boards marked easily, which is a shame because they are so nicely designed.
Exercise, touring, friendly racing, would like to attempt yoga on the board.
bought used one 2 years...
bought used one 2 years ago in Victoria BC , was first in my gang , now my wife got one , my two daughters one in London , one in Cardiff ( moving here _next year ) dying to have one - all locally (jordan river , port renfrew , tofino) - infected...
I am surfing only for 5 years or so - honestly not much of the experience to try to find s needle in the stack
touring and surf
The Wave Rider is a solid...
The Wave Rider is a solid board. I use it for mostly kicking it around the Gulf near Tampa. It feels balanced and tracks well in small waves. I am 6'5" and like a smaller board for its maneuverability, but I don't want it to be squirrelly. This is a solid board and I recommend it for any level.