Niche Traveling Community For Surfers Helps Them Ride The Wave

Niche Traveling Community For Surfers Helps Them Ride The Wave
technology

Riparide takes the hassle out of renting equipment and finding accommodation in unfamiliar locations.

Yi Chen
  • 23 february 2012


Two Australian surfers, Marion Law and Dane O’Shanassy, wanted to take the hassle out of organizing a beach vacation for surfers. Experiencing first-hand the problems surfers often face when traveling, the two began a niche peer-to-peer venture called Riparide. The site allows surfers to find accommodation and rent equipment from local surfers. In turn, users can also rent out their spare room or surfboard to earn a bit of cash on the side.

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