I just got into a Mobius this past Friday for about an hour after work. And, what can I say, this boat definitely plays to my style.
It took about 5 minutes to outfit, which meant more time on the water. The first thing I noticed sitting in it was it definitely felt shorter than my Project X56. I'm a tall guy, at 6'1", and despite feeling shorter, it was still pretty comfortable on my feet.
Rather than a warm up paddle I just dropped right in... here's the highlights of the…Continue
1) Get to the top of the feature: There are a few different ways you can do this, but essentially you are trying to slow your boat down in some way so that it drags you downstream (or higher up on the wave). You can lean downstream in a front or side surf digging your edge in or stopping your boat from planning on the entire hull. You can plant your paddle in…Continue
Added by Devyn Scott on December 31, 2012 at 5:08pm — No Comments
Eventually we are going to run out of different manoeuvres and ways to manipulate our boat in one bounce, but we will never run out of different combos. Spin to Airscrew is one of the easiest ones to do (as long as you know how to airscrew) but here are a couple tips to make sure you land it clean, and get all your desired amplitude.
1) Get to the top of…Continue
Added by Devyn Scott on October 28, 2012 at 1:33pm — No Comments
Some Photos and video of some Trent Lock action this summer...…Continue
Added by George Younger on September 28, 2012 at 8:56am — No Comments
New Zealand, or Okere Falls, NZ if you really wanted to narrow it down, has, over the past 5-8 years produced some of the World's fastest kayakers. If you've ever been to the kaituna river, or participated in any event in…Continue
Added by Tyler Fox on February 21, 2012 at 3:27am — No Comments
Once again I've teamed up with Mike Mckay of Five2nine to bring you a look into a years worth of amazing paddling by some of our sports top paddlers on some of the sweetest rivers on the globe. As always quality filming, tight editing, and a…Continue
Added by Tyler Fox on December 28, 2011 at 1:54am — No Comments
After 2 years of failed / aborted Cali trips, I was finally able to pull it together. Everything came together, and on top of that Mother nature stepped up to the plate to play as well with a 200% snowpack in the Sierra's.
In turn with my entire Cali season we hit the timing perfect!…Continue
Added by Tyler Fox on September 21, 2011 at 3:27pm — No Comments
Recently I have been mixing my padding up a bit... Surf Kayaking in Pembrokeshire, Sea Kayaking on the Severn Estuary and (of course!) freestyle.
Despite the small surf (about 2 or 3ft all week) at Whitesands beach I still was able to get out on the water to throw some wave moves and work on some of the higher scoring tricks. I have been working hard on my Air Screws, Back Stabs and Helixs. Also did some longer paddles exploring caves and looking for seals!
Added by Josh Wedgwood on August 16, 2011 at 4:34am — No Comments
Yesterday I headed south for another paddle at Lee valley the UK's new Olympic White Water course soon to be home of the London 2012 Olympic Games. I was joined by Wavesport UK's Tom Pattison and Wayne Astley. I had completed my assessment to paddle there a few weeks ago so the boys first had to be assessed by one of the coaches to paddle on the courses.
There are 2 courses at the new UK site the Legacy course aimed for those who are not quite up to the speed of the Olympic course and…Continue
Added by Dale Mears on August 15, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
It was Friday night and I had forgotten all about the event the next day! On the Friday the sun was out and prospects of a hot weekend looked promising! Sat in a beer garden sinking beers for fun, the weather man must be wrong I thought. Later that night the heavens opened and you guessed it, it rained and not the usual showers we get here in Britain but the very wet sort! Torrential rain came down and plenty of it!
I woke on the Saturday morning hoping for a dry morning, but no it…Continue
Added by Dale Mears on July 20, 2011 at 6:06am — No Comments
Rain is lashing the window... finally some water after this dry spell! Despite the low levels I have still been out on the water plenty of times over the last few weeks!
Last weekend was one of the Youth Freestyle events, held at Boulters Weir. With the Club Championship very looking very close we bought along lots of NACC paddlers to try and win the trophy again!
I had agreed with Jacko to run one of the morning coaching sessions, focusing on video analysis.…Continue
Added by Josh Wedgwood on July 16, 2011 at 7:51am — No Comments
I am continuing to have rolling troubles.
For a while I was about 60 to 70 percent of the time effective and able to roll on the river. Last year grad school kicked my butt and I was unable to practice until late in the year and since then I haven't been able to roll.
At practice last night I almost had it going but was bring the head up and killing the momentum. Then I started thinking about my paddle and head movement and didn't keep my hip snap…Continue
Added by Tyler Fox on November 2, 2010 at 6:08pm — No Comments
Added by Mikkel St.Jean-Duncan on September 28, 2010 at 6:55pm — No Comments
Ready for battle
What can you say about the Stikine ? I am not talented enough with words to describe that place, it is simply…Continue
Added by Mikkel St.Jean-Duncan on September 15, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Since the beginning of the paddling season the majority of my time on the water has been spent shooting video for my upcoming movie Locals Only. I've wanted to make a full length kayaking video for sometime now but told myself that I wouldn't do it until I came up with a solid plan, had a good idea and knew how to work a camera well enough to get the shots I wanted. I'm a pretty picky guy and I couldn't stand the thought of…Continue
Added by Kelsey Thompson on July 4, 2010 at 12:20am — No Comments
The Crew chillin at the Put-in camp of the Upper Petit Saguenay River. Photo - Tyler Fox
This is my second spring season coming back to Quebec, specifically the Saguenay area, in search of Quebec's amazing whitewater. Last year we had great success in finding / exploring un-run rivers, with 4 first descents, and we had a bunch more on our list that we…Continue
Added by Tyler Fox on May 24, 2010 at 11:54am — No Comments
Tyler Fox firing up the top drop on the River of 8 Chutes - Photo Josh Neilson
Once again I find myself in the back woods of Quebec exploring its amazing wealth of White water. With the help of Chicoutimi Local Patrick Levesque we have been hitting up a wide spectrum of rivers,
covering everything from big…Continue
Added by Tyler Fox on May 19, 2010 at 1:57pm — No Comments
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