Girls just want to have FUN! Flux is a collective of adventure-sports athletes from charger to professional with a vision to inspire women through adventure and activity. Our goal is to empower women to be THEIR best and try new, amazing things!We are paddlers, climbers, snowboarders, wind-surfers, kite-boarders, big-mountain skiers, surfers and mountain bikers. This last weekend, FLUX held its first of many all-women's Beginner/Intermediate Kayak Pool…See More
Every new boat takes some getting used to. If you like the way the way the boat paddles with the seat most of the way back, keep it there. Otherwise, inch it forward a smidge. In regards to being…"
"Thanks guys for all the help and input! Sorry it's been a while, but I was out of commission for a few months.
Okay, so here is the deal. I am using a seat shim and also have the seat almost all the way back. I have only been able to paddle it…"
"Hello Shane .. I appreciate allot your advice,,, Today I went to a clas III+ it was very scarry in some rapids hahaa but Im a live... Its hard to control in big and pushing water but It feels great in surfing, I feel like I will paddle much better…"
"I am 180 lbs and just got the Diesel 80 and love it because I can dig the hard edges into the water and carve. It allows me to play with the current a little more and turn even easier because of the flat hull. At your weight the 65 will…"
"Hi Elaine.. tnks for your help, I just went from the river using it. it was great!!!! small river good waves, some small drops, the boat was great!!!, but I feel more like a freestyle boat, because the size.. and don't feel much comfortable yet…"
I think for paddling class III+ the boat will be fine. A good friend of mine who is around 165-170lbs paddles his Diesel 65 in class III/IV. He likes the playability/control of the Diesel 65 . The first generation of the Diesel series are…"
... a little Recon-ing on what some call the Futaleufu of the North. We put in on a crystal clear, blue, mountain lake with volcanoes off in the distance and paddled right into the mouth of the river. Amazing!photo credit: Kyle Thomas