Forums > Stand Up Paddle General

SUP Trolleys

Reply
Created by MarkW81 25 days ago, 28 Sep 2018
MarkW81
VIC, 36 posts
28 Sep 2018 7:49AM
Thumbs Up

Hey guys, any one used one of these SUP trolleys. Looking at buying one for my wife.

www.supgearaustralia.com.au/product/ocean-and-earth-sup-double-trolley/

sydneykayakcentre.com.au/accesories/309-sup-trolley-xt-sup-cart.html

Cheers Mark

E T
QLD, 2286 posts
28 Sep 2018 8:08AM
Thumbs Up

I have two different ones:-

1. Ocean and Earth U-shape that I walk with. I ge4nerally use this one with my 14 footer. Have had for a number of years and does a good job. has an eyelet for putting a bike chain through for locking. Board is transported on its side and you hold the nose.
2. SUPWheels. fairly versatile. Board is deck down and you hold the nose with a hand. You can get a strap system that you loop over the seat of your pushy and use like a trailer.

Both are good but I like the O & E better.

ET.

808-Obsession
QLD, 334 posts
28 Sep 2018 12:59PM
Thumbs Up

I've got the Ocean & Earth one (www.supgearaustralia.com.au/product/ocean-and-earth-sup-trolley/) that does a reasonable job, but can sometimes skew a little (i.e. the wheels are not at 90' to the board) but that might just be because I don't strap the SUP in tightly enough. Does a decent job without breaking the bank. The SUP Wheels ones are a little exxy for me but if used a lot or for longer distances I think they'd be a goer

fester
WA, 288 posts
28 Sep 2018 1:08PM
Thumbs Up



Use a kayak trolley when travelling

DavidJohn
VIC, 16014 posts
28 Sep 2018 10:24PM
Thumbs Up

Select to expand quote
MarkW81 said..
Hey guys, any one used one of these SUP trolleys. Looking at buying one for my wife.

www.supgearaustralia.com.au/product/ocean-and-earth-sup-double-trolley/

sydneykayakcentre.com.au/accesories/309-sup-trolley-xt-sup-cart.html

Cheers Mark




That first one looks a bit tippy.. I have one that looks a little like the second one and it's great.

Mine is the TrailBlaza C-Tug kayak trolly.. www.bcf.com.au/p/railblaza-c-tug-kayak-trolley/132304.html

Foam
WA, 668 posts
29 Sep 2018 3:44AM
Thumbs Up

Is there such a troll for two 14ft race boards

MarkW81
VIC, 36 posts
29 Sep 2018 3:52PM
Thumbs Up

Thanks for the feedback all.

Antho
VIC, 477 posts
30 Sep 2018 12:20PM
Thumbs Up

I have a set of SUPWheels for sale. PM me if you are interested. In Torquay area this Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mark _australia
WA, 18295 posts
2 Oct 2018 8:49PM
Thumbs Up

save your money and use a 1080's golf buggy trolley....

bomberdave
VIC, 108 posts
3 Oct 2018 7:55AM
Thumbs Up

I made this one from an old kids pram .. works a treat







littlemaze
VIC, 4 posts
8 Oct 2018 10:41AM
Thumbs Up

Hi All,

For those that own the Ocean and Earth single SUP trolley, any chance you could measure the distance between the upright bars? I have a thick inflatable and was wondering if it would fit the single trolley or whether I need the adjustable O&E trolley.

Thanks.

808-Obsession
QLD, 334 posts
8 Oct 2018 9:49AM
Thumbs Up

Select to expand quote
littlemaze said..
Hi All,

For those that own the Ocean and Earth single SUP trolley, any chance you could measure the distance between the upright bars? I have a thick inflatable and was wondering if it would fit the single trolley or whether I need the adjustable O&E trolley.

Thanks.


Don't have access to mine at the moment but it comfortably fit my wife's Odysseus at 4 7/8" thick. From memory some of the iSUP's are 6"? Might be a tight squeeze...

Slab
839 posts
11 Oct 2018 5:38AM
Thumbs Up

What do you do with these once you are surfing? Do they not get nicked?

808-Obsession
QLD, 334 posts
11 Oct 2018 8:44AM
Thumbs Up

Select to expand quote
Slab said..
What do you do with these once you are surfing? Do they not get nicked?


There's a little tube at the base that a cable lock can be put through. Mind you, would-be thieves can still take the quick-detach wheels & uprights...



Subscribe
Reply

Forums > Stand Up Paddle General


"SUP Trolleys" started by MarkW81