The Rise of Stand-Up Paddleboarding

Stand-up paddleboarding has quickly become a favorite seasonal sport in our home state of Vermont. The following article by Sarah Tuff in Seven Days, a Vermont newspaper, outlines the rise of the sport across Vermont, as well as equipment details, benefits, etc. Our Vasa Stand-Up Paddling Ergometer is mentioned as a tool Hawaiians (who invented SUP) are using to practice their skills indoors.

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This summer, Vasa took a team outing on Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vt. for an afternoon of SUP. Check out our Facebook album for some shots of the Vasa team in action!


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