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    Dummy and SUP

    I just got into SUP'ing( Stand Up Paddle Boarding) and I"m tired of paying for parking & gas every time I head out to paddle. I've seen kayaks being transported using the BD but most are pulled using a trailer of sorts. Anyone who SUP transport their boards that are attached to the sides? Any issue with cross winds? Btw, my board is 11' in length. Thanks!

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    paging vikb...

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    I've used my wideloaders for my kayak and it's fine for shorter distances.

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    Look into Inflatable Boards and breakdown Paddles ;-) That's what I haul for the Rivers here in WV.
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