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Category Archive: Tests and Reviews

Feedback on kayaks from around the world

15
Jun

A Perfect Union

Initially, I got the Ozone to spice up my local runs when heading out between work stints. The more I have paddled it, the more I realise what an all-around capable boat it is. I’ve taken it down respectable continuous Grade 4, ran leadership provider orientations from it, and spent a lot of time recklessly vertical. I felt as though it was time to allow it to show how versatile it is.

07
May

A Few Words on the Ripper 2

After 22 days on the water, how does Bren Orton think the Ripper 2 compares to the original?

21
Mar

10 Years Later; I Wouldn’t Change a Thing

When I was 10 years old, the Pyranha Jed came out. I wanted this kayak so bad, and I begged my parents to get this boat for me! When Christmas rolled around in 2012, I look under the tree and there was a Pyranha Jed with my name on it. Ten years later, I am …

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09
Sep

Scorchin’

Imagine the feeling you get with your trusted creek or river boat. Solid, chargey, and it’s got your back on the big stuff. Now think about your awesome-fun slicey boat that lets you move around the river with ease, you can put it where you want it, and it’ll surf all day long. Now combine them. Mind blown? Yep, that’s the Scorch.

01
Jul

A Few Words on the Scorch

My second day in it I had it on a waterfall run in Austria and I can honestly say I have never smiled as much down a river as I flew with my nose so high down the drops and whipped into the micro eddies above and below them.

03
May

You Can’t Use That on There!

A few years ago there seemed to be a widely accepted belief that in order to kayak down harder rivers you needed a creekboat. A big one!

09
Sep

3 Glorious Years of Ripping it Up

October this year (2020) will mark 3 years since the first Ripper left the mould; to mark the occasion, we decided to catch up with Bren Orton to find out what impact it’s had on his paddling…

06
Mar

Lakeland Canoe Club and the Pyranha Burn

“In 2019 we decided to buy a small ‘fleet’ of kayaks which members can borrow. This posed an obvious challenge; with so many boats on the market, what to buy?” – Lakeland Canoe Club

27
Feb

Welcome to the Fusion Family

Like all families, the Fusions share common traits, but each individual member has their own approach and specific qualities. Allow us to introduce you…

30
Jan

Review: Pyranha 9R II Large

The 9R II is an impressive design and combined with the dimensions of 9R II Large, Pyranha has created perhaps the fastest and most nimble boat that has ever been available for bigger paddlers.

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