"i don't know if that is possible. I think some things would be able to transfer over but not sure if it all would. You would just have to compare it side by side with the new outfitting and see what would fit. I know the new…"
Last weekend started the Pyrenees Cup of extreme kayak. The first trial was in the Upper Noguera (Pallars Sobirà), a river of class IV/V. It was a cold weekend, so the ice melting stopped and this left us with less water, but it was also fun. The first day we performed the Team and Slalom race, and we ended it with a meal and a dinner for all the participants.The second day we had the sprint Race in Extasis canyon where we enjoyed with the preliminar and the final where 10 finalists…See More
After a very long winter with not enough paddling what better way to start off the summer than with a trip across Europe. The first of the Euro cups was to be held in Plattling, Germany on 10th till 12th May and this would be the main stop off on our trip. We left the UK a week before the competition, catching the ferry…See More
another cold spring day on the North ShoreEarly season paddling in Minnesota started off with some flooding creeks. Temperatures in the Twin Cities jumped in early April, and the surrounding rivers flashed all at once. Mobilizing was unique, there are only a few kayakers based in the Twin Cities that really fall into the class V-caliber. Nonetheless, I was introduced to a hand full of…See More
The new event in Europe was interesting and it offered good races and very nice alpin style kayaking. All the rivers were quite high and the valley was very nice under the spring sun.The first edition of the OutdoorMix, the multisport event in the Durance Valley (France), has shown its potential to grow this year. The organization has done a very nice job organizing all the races in time and respecting the expectations of all the kayakers looking for hard and technical races. A lot of others…See More