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Buffalo National River SUP Expedition

SUP Explorer and Boardworks ambassador Gabriel Gray just got back from an incredible stand up paddle boarding expedition to raise awareness for his cause Fight to SOAR, which was established to create awareness for our waterways. Gabriel took a trip down the nearly 150 miles long Buffalo National River in Arkansas.

Fight to SOAR, Apalachicola River Expedition

Gabriel Gray, and expedition paddle boarder, took an expedition trip with Boardworks teammate Jessica Cichra and professional photographer, Desiree Gardner, on their stand up paddle boards down the Apalachicola River to help raise awareness for our Nation's rivers.

  • Published in Journeys

Lake Powell Expedition On A Standup Paddleboard

On September 6th, Mike Tavares and Zack Hughes, Co-Owner and Master Shaper of Badfish SUP, launched on Lake Powell into what would be an unforgettable self-support journey across an iconic American landscape.

  • Published in Journeys

Beau Nixon Explores The Clarence River

Beau Nixon has been doing SUP adventures throughout Australia and he has put together some amazing how-to videos of his adventure. On his most recent venture, Beau takes us down the Clarence River.

  • Published in Journeys

Paddle Boarding Grand Canyon, Arizona

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Arizona - There aren’t words or pictures that can do justice to the Grand Canyon. It’s one of those landmark destinations that really needs to be seen in person to fully capture the magnitude of the region. Whitewater rafting, kayak and canoe trips down the Colorado River, the aquatic corridor that runs through the canyon, have been popular for some time now, but with a growing SUP river and whitewater scene, paddle boards are becoming more prominent. Last week we caught up with Markus Leppaenen, an experienced kayaker from Time4Charity, about his 25 day SUP-Kayak camping trip down the Grand Canyon.

  • Published in Travel

7 River Surfing Etiquette Rules

Any ocean surfer knows that there is an unspoken code they follow not only in the water but on the beach and in the parking lot.  However, now that river surfing is blowing up for SUPers, what etiquette do we follow in this setting?

  • Published in Tips
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