In this video Jimmy Blakeney from BIC SUP explains various types of leashes for use when Stand Up Paddleboarding and how to attach them to your board and leg.
Can I paddle board with knee injuries? Seeing a paddle boarder float by with grace is captivating. It inspires many people to get on a paddle board themselves. Boarders with experience not only make SUP look easy but also entices others to try the sport.
Stand Up Paddling (SUP) is a craze and it is the fastest growing watersport. The SUP movement is been motivating many to buy paddleboards. SUP is a low impact sport that anyone can participate in. You can increase your success by riding the right board for your skill level. The width of the board, skill level and weight of the rider determines stability.
There’s no doubt about it, stand up paddling is here to stay. It is still the fasted growing sport on the planet and by the looks of all the boards on the water, in every commercial on TV, and on top of so many cars driving down the road, the trend isn’t about to slow anytime soon