Bodyboarders are passionate about their sport and, today, prone riding is an established art form. Discover the best arguments a bodyboarder could present to defend his taste for boogie boarding.
For many, bodyboarding is the ultimate wave riding sport. Boogie boarding fanatics might say that their sport preceded surfing as an ancient outdoor activity. And for a few, bodyboarding is just an easier way to get into the waves.
There are also riders who, depending on the ocean's mood, will ride a bodyboard or a surfboard. A significant minority of hardcore riders will never trade a bodyboard for a surfboard.
Surf trips are fun, especially when you're always scoring perfect waves. But before we go, our brain is confronted with the classic traveler's dilemma: what should we pack for a surf trip?
When you're packing for the surf trip of your life - and it doesn't matter if you're traveling by car, bike, plane or motorcycle - you often feel the need to balance your options. Should I carry this, or should I leave that?
That is why a traveling surfer needs to find the optimal gear-to-weight ratio. When we're about to embark on the ultimate surfing adventure, we make difficult choices involving the right amount of clothes, surfboards, boardshorts, wetsuits, and everyday objects.