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Dfusilli

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Date registered: January 3, 2012
URL: http://www.demshitz.com

Latest posts

  1. Border Patrol — July 27, 2016
  2. Pyranha Welcomes the young gun Torryd Crew — July 5, 2016
  3. FREE Demshitz Video Boating Waterfall Clinic — April 1, 2015
  4. Kyle Hull the 9R — February 27, 2015
  5. The long Road to recovery, heeling, resting and enjoying the simpler times. By: Kyle Hull — November 12, 2014

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27
Jul

Border Patrol

Boundary Creek is a little bit of a mission. You have to paddle about 6K down a lake, then do a 3K hike up Boundary Creek to then paddle down the beautiful limestone gorge. The creeks path cuts in and out of the Montana, USA and Alberta, Canada hence the name Boundary Creek.

05
Jul

Pyranha Welcomes the young gun Torryd Crew

Who are the Torryd crew and what the hell does that mean? Trent McCrerey, Knox Hammack, and Edward Muggridge met up while attending the World Class Academy with the same goals of pushing their kayaking, and having fun doing it. Over the years they have been able to meet up and kayak in some incredible …

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01
Apr

FREE Demshitz Video Boating Waterfall Clinic

Paddler: Dave Fusilli Photo:  Aniol Serrasolses Come one come all.  We will have boats to demo and skills to pass along!  See you on the water! Demshitz Day with Alder Creek! What:  FREE Video and Waterfall Clinic with the Pros! When:  April 5th  11AM-3PM Easter Sunday Where: Sunset Falls Park on the East Fork Lewis …

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27
Feb

Kyle Hull the 9R

I have had the pleasure to paddle a variety of kayaks in my years of paddling.  I have really liked some of them, and others where just ok.  Then there are the kayaks you just know are good from the very first moment you take a seat in it. The new Pyranha 9R falls into …

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12
Nov

The long Road to recovery, heeling, resting and enjoying the simpler times. By: Kyle Hull

The long Road to recovery The weeks after a serious injury are definitely the most interesting. After months of P.T, sitting around, and reading countless books, when the Doc finally gives you the green light you are more than ready to get up and go. When I broke my Tibia plateau in 4 spots and …

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06
Nov

2014 Green Race… words from Rowan Stuart on her first Green race and a good look at the 9R

(Pre-Race Thoughts by Rowan Stuart): The Green Race. The biggest show in sports. First weekend of November every year for the past 19 years. Photo:  Renee Bombardier My brain can’t decide if I’m more stoked or more terrified. It will be my first year to race, and it snowed between two and four inches here …

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07
Oct

Demshitz fires up the Upper Gauley on the Pyranha Fusion Sit on top

The Fusion SOT is a boat that you can jump on and have a blast right away, no matter if you are a complete beginner or seriously experienced.The new Fusion SOT combines the forgiving hull of the proven Fusion crossover kayak with an open design that will appeal to paddlers who prefer the simplicity of …

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25
Jul

Pyranha Kayaks welcomes Kyle (King Hesh) Hull to the team.

Shortly after receiving his 1st kayak from Pyranha Kyle suffered a major break to his leg.  We have been in touch with Kyle during his recovery and he is back on his feet.  More important  he is back in his boat.  A Shiva is Kyle’s boat of choice.   In his few weeks in the Shiva …

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24
Jul

Rowan Stuart on the World Cup in France and Spain

These last three weeks of my life have been spent doing everything possible related to the 2014 ICF Freestyle World Cup. The world cup is a series of three different events, in three different features, over a three week period. That means a competition every weekend (sometimes starting as early in the week as Wednesday) …

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06
Nov

Hammering down the Green Race

Dropping into the crowd off Pencil Sharpener. Yes I took the P&H Hammer down the Green.  Why did I do this?  Well, mainly because it is the only longboat that I had to use.  That and after paddling the Hammer a few times I was pretty confident I could make it down the Green just …

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