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  Welcome to the New SUP Forum
  Posted by: Brent on Mar-16-12 3:59 PM (EST)
 

There has been some interest in having a forum for stand up paddling (SUP) so here it is. Be sure to check out Paddling.net Stand Up at:

http://www.paddling.net/standup/

So who out there is interested in SUP?

-Brent
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  Who? I am.
  Posted by: YakOfSteel on Mar-20-12 3:07 PM (EST)
I haven't got into it yet, but I've demoed an inflatable in a pool to realize I want something stiffer. Thanks for starting the new board. I'm sure it will be very helpful to many here.


YoS
 
 
  cool
  Posted by: zzz on Mar-22-12 3:02 PM (EST)
it's nice to have separate boards for separate tools, but why SUP before whitewater? I think a whitewater focused forum would also draw more people to this site since the majority already hear seem to be more flatwater/sea types. could be a way to expand your traffic, IMO.
 
 
  SUP forum
  Posted by: old_user on Mar-23-12 7:01 AM (EST)
-- Last Updated: Mar-23-12 7:13 AM EST --

Thanks for adding this SUP forum... seems to be rapidly growing sport.

Roddy
http://www.standandpaddle.com

 
 
  It's recognized by the ACA...so deal
  Posted by: old_user on Apr-25-12 9:35 PM (EST)
There is no better paddling workout, I'm convinced. Yoga on a SUP is sweet as hell. 20 mile SUP trips are even better. You can sit and kneel anytime you want. Great for those with back problems. Hell, take a nap on the thing if you want. I take my dog and camping gear.... everything I need.

I'm a canoeist, an instructor through the ACA. I'm a kayaker too. I'm a PADDLING PURIST. I don't care what people paddle, as long as they have fun, get fit and connect to nature. Rioght now I happen to paddle my SUP's more than any other boat, although my solo canoe is right there lurking at the top...
 
 
  Thanks, ....
  Posted by: davbart on May-08-12 2:55 PM (EST)
I paddle both kayaks and canoes (primarily canoes), but have bought and use the SUP especially when the temperatures rise. Also, as has been said the workout is fantastic.

Are you going to put in a SUP classified? I sure could use a displacement, racing board, but don't want to pay new prices?
 

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