Paddle Board Wheels

Roll onto the beach easily with a handy set of paddle board wheels

Sometimes, we must take advantage of everything we can. For that, you can now get a set of paddle board wheels to make your life easier.

With a SUP carrier, you can simply attach your board and take it to wherever you need it. An extra set of wheels is always a good idea.

The paddle board trolleys usually come with big wheels. This means that you will be able to use them on any terrain.

Yes, including sand!

Here you can see me with the Decathlon Paddle Board Wheels / Paddle Board Carrier

How To Attach The Paddle Board Wheels?

Well, this is easy. Everything can be done in two easy steps, and under five minutes.

  1. Attach the wheels to the paddle board. It’s pretty straightforward. Remember to make sure the rubber protections are in place. You don’t want scratches on your board.
  2. Adjust the straps. You need to have it secure. Otherwise, it may slide off the carrier!

And there you have it! Your SUP is now secure and ready for transport!

Attach it to a bike, or carry it by hand. It’s super easy!

Even on rough grounds the paddle board wheels are handy

Do You Need Paddle Board Wheels?

Everybody needs Paddle Board wheels. They will come in handy in the most unexpected situations. And on top of everything, you can easily disassemble the trolley and bring it with you on your ride!

Just imagine going with your kids at the beach and having to carry all their equipment too. The trolley will make a difference, and you will be able to take everything in one trip!

On top of everything, if you live close to the beach, you can just attach it to your bike and get an extra exercising session on the road.

Any recommendations? But of course!

Paddle Board Wheels Recommendations

Of course, I couldn’t just leave it like that. You need to know what SUP board wheels are the best, and of course, their specs.


This trailer is one of the best out there. It can hold up to 165 pounds and has a pair of all-terrain, 10” wheels. You don’t need any tools to assemble or disassemble and can be easily taken on your paddleboard.

The tires are solid, so they cannot break and do not lose air. It comes with two 7.75′ ratchet straps, so you can even secure a full size kayak or canoe on this trailer.

The spring loaded stand keeps the trailer propped up so you can quickly load your SUP, kayak or canoe out of the water.

The Bonnlo Dolly Trailer has a customer score of 4.5 / 5 on Amazon, out of 107 total ratings (as on 23rd of June 2020). It performs well and is really popular, so you can sure to have a reliable carrier for your paddle board.


The second one on my list can hold up to 150 pounds, and it can be used for any board. It has large flat-free inflatable tires to smoothly roll across gravel, sand and other rough areas. This, too, is very easy to disassemble and carry around.

The 12′ long strap will help you tie down almost anything on this carrier. It can easily be disassembled and assembled whenever the carrier is needed. Just like with the Bonnlo Dolly Trailer the spring loaded stand keeps the trailer propped up so you can quickly load your SUP, kayak or canoe out of the water.

The TMS Universal Kayak Carrier has a customer score of 3.9 / 5 on Amazon, based on 2.796(!) reviews on 23rd on June 2020. This is the most sold carrier and has a lot of satisfied customers


My third option is the Suspenz trolley. It has 10” wheels and can hold up to 125 pounds. Of course, it includes rubber pads, because no one wants a dented board. It has a mesh bag included, so you don’t need to worry about carrying it around.

It is easy to fold up and carry along in the bag, even on your paddling trip. Compared to the other two this one is a bit more expensive, but also offers some more luxury. However, there have been some reports of the straps being less tight and not keeping the board perfectly in place.

The Suspenz Smart Airless DLX Cart has a customer score of 4.5 / 5 on Amazon, based on 219 reviews on 23rd on June 2020. This is my favorite design, but a bit pricey for me to be honest.

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What else? Accessories!

You can’t go paddleboarding without having some great accessories with you!

For starters, if you don’t like wearing a life jacket, get yourself a Restube. It can be very useful in any water sport, not just paddleboarding. It keeps you safe, and it’s reusable! Just replace the gas cartridge.

Also, if you like taking lots and lots of pictures, get yourself a waterproof phone case. It will keep your phone dry and attached to you! You don’t need to worry about losing it!

Conclusion Paddle Board Wheels

So all in all paddle board wheels or paddle board carriers are great, but keep in mind that they will only help you for the walk from your car towards the water. If this is only a short walk and it is easy for you to carry the board anyway, this is not a needed accessory.

In all honesty, I do not think you need this for most inflatable paddle boards. They are so light you can carry them to the beach under your arms. If you have a solid board, multiple boards, or a kayak or canoe, I can understand you will want one of these carriers to take them to the water.

Have fun on the water and I hope you will find the best set of paddle board wheels in case you are looking for them.

Do you have paddle board wheels or a paddle board carrier for your SUP, kayak or canoe? Let me know which one you are using or if you think these are not needed at all. Looking forward to hearing your opinion!

Walking off in style

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4 responses to “Paddle Board Wheels”

    • Hi Nicole!

      There should be a strap or a hook to attach the wheels to your bike, depending on the type of paddle board wheels you use.
      Hope you find a way to transport it comfortably!


  1. I need to pull an SUP 200 yards up a semi steep hill and none of these have front handle straps.

    • I use a 2′ rope with a handle attached to the front d -ring.
      Just drill a hole in a dowel, tie the knot and you are done. This makes it much easier to pull up a hill.
      My wheels are on a 3′ tube (axle) strapped to the top of the board. I flip the board to tow and leave them on when paddling.
      A beach chair sits on the board with me in it. Even a mini umbrella attached to the chair.

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Review written by: Tom

Hi! My name is Tom. During the year I try to be on a paddle board as much as possible. By reading this blog you'll stay updated on everything I test on the water :)