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Recap: Maine Whitewater Championship

Recap: Maine Whitewater Championship

A highlight of the New England paddling season, the Maine Whitewater Championship is a series of races that happen every summer on two of Maine’s most popular rivers. This year we gathered on the Kennebec River on June 20th for a time trial and mass start through the...
Ekstremsportveko Extreme Kayak Race

Ekstremsportveko Extreme Kayak Race

Submitted by Andi Brunner Due to Covid, the Ekstremsport Veko lost the title of World Championship this year but fortunately, the event could still happen! Despite the fact that lots of people didn’t manage to get into the country, we still had around 40 racers...
Jackson Bees Knees Thigh Hooks | Review

Jackson Bees Knees Thigh Hooks | Review

Bees Knees First Impressions—Two thumbs up! To be perfectly honest my absolute first impression taking them out of the box was disappointment. They are smaller bumps than I had imagined, were a bit denser foam cushioning than I would have thought would be comfortable,...
How to Boof | The Basics

How to Boof | The Basics

An essential skill for kayaking of all skill levels, the boof allows you to keep your bow high and dry as you continue to move downstream, full speed ahead. This is an introduction to boofing; for lean boofing and ear dips, check out the more advance lean boof video...
Rainy Spring Creeking – Rivière d’Ay and a Failed Mission on the Ozon

Rainy Spring Creeking – Rivière d’Ay and a Failed Mission on the Ozon

We had a really rainy spring, meaning that we could go paddling on the winter runs in warm temperatures, it was so nice!!! Tom, Mateo and I ran 2 laps on a high water classic, the Rivière d’Ay, a full on 2km gorge with continuous rapids. After they left, my...
“Well that was big” | Paddling a creek 4 times the standard flow

“Well that was big” | Paddling a creek 4 times the standard flow

The Green River in Saluda, North Carolina is one of the most famous rivers in the world, particularly the Narrows section. Standard, 1 unit releases are about 8 inches or roughly 180 cfs which is a great run for people running class 5 runs for their first time all the...