Surfing is usually spontaneous. I rarely know when or where I will surf until the moment I arrive. For this reason, I keep my car stocked with a few essentials: wax, sunscreen, towel, wetsuit, and leash, perfectly ready for when the buoys are reading over three feet or the wind is blowing offshore. Today, I know exactly where I’m going. I even have a Youtube tour of the 26.5-mile SUP route around NYC for SEA Paddle NYC to support the Environment and Autism.
A few notable landmarks along the way include NYC Sanitation, the Meatpacking District, Chelsea Piers, Rockefeller University, the Queensboro Bridge, the Williamsburg Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge, and the Brooklyn Bridge. I look forward to following up on tomorrow’s gnarly paddle after the event. For now, click here to donate or check out the virtual tour of NYC by SUP below.
Thanks to Thanks to friends, family, The Inertia, Vibram FiveFingers, Aviator Nation, and Wave Tribe. Together, we’ve raised over $1,900 for incredible organizations including the Surfer’s Environmental Alliance, Believe in Me Foundation, Best Day Foundation, and Surfers Healing.