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Ben White

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Date registered: January 3, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Dart Fest — February 22, 2011
  2. Gene17 Dart weekend and the official launch of the New Burn — December 8, 2009
  3. Norway Part II – 24 Hour Sun — August 7, 2009
  4. Norway Part I – The Return — July 31, 2009
  5. Wet West Paddle Fest PartII! — September 17, 2008

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Dart Fest

Last week end saw the 2nd annual Dart Fest. If you’ve not been to a Pyranha Fest before its an excellent opportunity to grab some coaching, catch up with the Team, check out and paddle all the latest Pyranha boats, but most importantly it’s a great weekends paddling with a party thrown in all courtesy of …

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Gene17 Dart weekend and the official launch of the New Burn

This last weekend saw the annual gathering at the River Dart Country Park for the 7th annual Gene17 weekend organised by Simon Westgarth. Three factors meant this weekend was always going to be a great weekend, all the usual suspects heading to the same location mixed with a (heavy) sprinkling of rain and Pyranha launching …

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Norway Part II – 24 Hour Sun

The next instalment from Norway can be found here North Norway, 1st descents and 24 hour sun… Andy on ‘The Big Slide’ on the Ena Rich Boofing the sweet 6m drop on the 1st descent of the Lille Fiplingdaselva Me about to take the hit on the drop to slide combo Stay Safe Ben


Norway Part I – The Return

It’s been a while since I’ve been on here! With last season in the UK being so utterly rubbish I’ve been grabbing boating sessions as and when I can. Which is exactly why Rich Taylor, Myself and some friends decided to head for some summer creeking action in Norway.


Wet West Paddle Fest PartII!

To follow on from Dave’s post here’s some more photos…   Dave taking it easy on the slides following the ‘mans’ line!


The Bitches…

A sleepy village [OK technically the UK’s Smallest City] called St David’s is home to dozens tourist sea side shops and dozens of tea shops full of old people, a kayakers haven? Well yes actually, it’s also home to some class surf breaks and the UK’s largest off shore tidal race – The Bitches… Hampered …

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Something of a contrast…

Swapping play boat for creek boat, 40 degrees C to -5, sun for snow, big volume for low, Africa for Scotland… The River Nile, steaming at sunrise, Uganda Snow capped Etive Valley, Glen Coe, Scotland The now ritual, Easter, low water, trek to the west coast of Scotland. With Snow capped hills and daily flurries …

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Revin it up in Uganda…

The cold winter days get to you here in the UK, so winter sun is where its at. Armed with the new Rev and a pair of boardies we left the below freezing weather conditions of Europe and headed out to the equatial country of Uganda and the bath water temperature of the Nile…  Blunting on 50 / 50


A Little Revalation…

I was lucky enough for the boys @ Pyranha to send me the ‘hot out of the mould’ Small Rev, just in time to catch Hurley on the classic 3 gates, heres how I got on…


Putting the Rev through its paces…

River levels hit optimum levels this week bring in some of the best river wave surfing in the UK, a fine opertunity to go have some fun and put the Rev through its paces… Pyranha party wave!

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