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The basics to riding along a wave / How to video

The basics to riding along a wave / How to video

Once you’ve mastered the SUP surfing basics, and managed to successfully catch afew waves in towards the beach then it’s probably time to start thinking about the next stage of surfing – riding along a wave. By this I mean directing your board down the length of the wave rather than directly in towards the shore. With a bit of practice doing this will allow you to enjoy longer rides and get you in the perfect position to carry out other surfing manoeuvres and progress your SUP surfing to the next level.

The kit used in this video:
Board: Shark SUP 9’10 iSUP
Paddle: Starboard Enduro

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