August 08, 2017 1 translation missing: en.blogs.article.read_time
For those of us who live closer to rivers than the ocean, we are always on the hunt for something to fill the void. River surfing has become that fix for many looking to feel the thrill of surfing without having to leave our backyard.
Everything You Need to Know to Start River Surfing
For years, surfing has been primarily an ocean sport that involves lots of time spent at the beach. Surfers who are landlocked and want to surf have only "vacation surfing" as an option. While they might catch a few good waves on a trip, given the typical amount of time between coastal visits, they sometimes have to relearn to surf the next time they paddle out.
An alternative way to keep your skills sharp, however, might be closer than you think.
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