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There are a lot of choices, and the only similarity, it seems, is the need for a boat and a rope. For starters, the type of activity you take on behind a boat depends on a number of factors, namely your age, gross motor skills, your health, and your ability to heal. In my youth, tubing involved a truck tire tube sourced from repair shop, a length of nylon rope, and a few sadistic buddies who would whipsaw the rider to try to get him to fall off at speed. Luckily, the state of the sport has advanced. There are still tubes, but now they are purpose-built, with canvas or nylon covers that let the tube skip across the water easily. Oh, and handles, much-needed handles. Having an adult back there with them is the safe approach, and there are now tubes for two, three, or even four riders, so mom and dad can ride with their little tikes. There also are towable bananas and even tubes that create lift to rise off the water — though those are probably best suited for teenagers, not preschoolers.
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