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Following the race the local California boating community puts on a display of life-styling like no one else can.

During this low water first descent we were amazed with what we found. It is a steep creek called the North Fork of the Palix that dumps directly into the Pacific Ocean! Check it out! Music By: soundcloud.com/corey-james-wood

Fast forward six months from shoulder surgery, and I had the range of motion I should have had at two months. I couldn't kayak, I couldn't lift weights… I couldn't do a whole lot but crochet, ski and bike. In the attempt to keep a level head, I...

Three people Collin Hunt, Brian Snyder, and myself (Sam Ovett), 1 bicycle for shuttle. 5 kayaks. (One playboat that needed a cross country shuttle to its owner and one back up boat. When you go to Colorado it is not a bad idea to bring a back up...

This is a two piece paddle that benefits greatly from the easy to use ferrule that allows for unlimited feathering of blade angle and adjustability for length. For example, a 230cm paddle will adjust from 230cm to 237.5cm in length. This paddle is...

One guy recalls his blade broke coming out of an eddy. Another complains his shaft cracked over the deck of his kayak on a waterfall drop. For some reason gals don’t seem to break as many paddles…go figure. Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot of...

This year was the NWCC’s 9th consecutive year, featuring the classic Downriver and Mass Start Kayak Races (long and short) that we know so well, as well as a new “Team” race in which two paddlers negotiate the course together, with the time stopping...

On a recent trip to some popular surf breaks in San Diego, I was sensitive to this issue and took time to inquire about beach etiquette. Rules are posted at each break and after chatting with a couple locals to get my bearings straight, I felt...

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