On a riverboard, you are your own pilot, making your own decisions, picking your lines or following another's. Going for the meat of the rapid or the cheat line, running or portaging - it's all on you.
Is this where you stand up on the water?
I get asked this so often I created a meme.
Isn't it dangerous?
I think I saw someone do it with a rope.
Sorry, that's not riverboarding. You're probably thinking of banshee boarding.
Is riverboarding the same as sledging?
Why yes, in fact; in the USA it's called riverboarding; some places call it hydrospeeding or sledging. Riverboarding seems most descriptive of what we do.
Why have I never heard of it?
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