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2017 Goshen Race: “Kicking a$$ in Goshen Pass”

It’s been a riduculously dry spring in Virginia, but the rains on April Fool’s Day were no joke. Rivers and creeks reached levels we have barely seen since last year. The rain opened the door for the 10th annual Goshen Race on the Maury River near Lexington, VA. The mass-start on this scenic class III-IV is …

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Tallulah Fest 2016

Tallulah Fest is definitively one to go to, and it is personally one of my favorites. If you think the Tallulah is fun to paddle, the festival makes it even better. I got there Friday morning and paddled  Section Four of the Chattooga with my friends and we had a blast. It was my first …

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I’ve just got back from an incredible time in the Alps. If you can’t be bothered reading about it scroll down for the video… It all started out in Italy, which was great fun. Lots of small slides and drops. I was joining Dom Burrow who had already been there for a while so within …

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Loki Review – Kanu Magazine

Wir danken Ihnen, Kanu Magazin für den Prüfbericht.        


Surf sessions at the Falls of Lora

On Sunday a group of us headed up to Scotland for a wee bit of camping and surfing at one of the UK’s best play spots: the Falls of Lora, a tidal race flowing out of Loch Etive. With the Jed, Loki and Varun we were able to catch pretty much every wave that formed …

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Limited Edition Colours

We are very excited about the new limited edition colours for 2013. Last years Wham and Bubblegum were such a success that we decided that people were into the weird and wacky colours schemes, and who are we to disappoint!? First up, here is the Yellow, White, Grey… shown here on our award winning Jed! …

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The Loki, bringing style back to kayaking

Before the Phonix monkey, and the Mcnasty, when the Loop was in its infancy,  and cartwheels were king, kayakers roamed the river looking for rocks to splat and holes to throw ends in.   As boat designs became shorter and the tricks took to the air a style of kayaking was lost.  People tried to replicate …

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Scotland: A trip of two halves

Scotland is always unpredictable when it comes to weather, and at easter it lived up to its reputation. The trip started driving north in the sunshine, stopping off at Glasgow for an epic kebab en route. The first few days were pretty dry, so instead of using the usual fallback option of falling off a …

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