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I ride the 250r naturally and it's the only vehicle that i own while going to college. During the summer, i spend a lot of time at the theme park riding a ride that is called a "flow-rider" that is essentially just an artificial infinite wave that you can ride with expensive boogie boards.

My question is... What is the cheapest/safest/most effective way that i could take a boogie board on my bike to a waterpark. I feel like if i shoved it in some big ol' backpack it would catch too much wind.

Yes i do ride to the waterpark in swim trunks and a rash guard... which is kind of stupid and squiddy.. but i try to stick to the side streets which isn't a problem since the park is only about 2 miles away. Any tips on what to do about that would be happily received as well
 

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How bigs a booger board...LOL
I'm thinking it something maybe 3 feet long by 18 inches to 2 feet wide maybe....
Kinda hard if it's that big to not have it act like a sale....unless
U can have it laying down somehow behind u bungied on?








 

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Back pack it and stop making things difficult. Your on a 250 riding on side streets in board shorts. Obviously your not going to fast that would make wind an issue
I was gunna say somptin like that, but i didn't wanna stir the pot....:facepalm:

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