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More flooding in the UK lets the Mobius play!


Added by Dale Mears on February 20, 2014 at 12:47pm — No Comments

Video - Every River, Everywhere: N.F San Joaquin

Here is a great video put together by Adrian Kiernan from our adventures into the Ansel Adams Wilderness area of California's High Sierras. A truly beautiful place with a classic river running through it, the North Fork of the San Joaquin. 

Check it out!…


Added by Tyler Fox on September 12, 2013 at 12:58pm — No Comments

Lonnie - An Inspirational Story

You almost always know the moment when you have met someone special. There is a sense of humility and ease that begs the question, "how did this person get this way?" I have met very few people in my life that have totally put me at ease when I interact with them, and if you asked me now who they were I would have no trouble recalling them by name and events from my past. Lonnie will be one of those people I will recall, not only because of his sense of ease, but also his humor and…


Added by Chris Wing on June 10, 2013 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Uganda 2012 Round 2!

In 2012 I have been fortunate enough to make two trips to Uganda, once in January/ February and again in November/ December.  Whilst the trips where both to the same place they were both very different in nature.

Uganda is renowned to be the perfect playboater’s winter retreat, far away…


Added by George Younger on January 24, 2013 at 5:18pm — 1 Comment

My first Recon mission in the UK

After an evening at Nottingham’s Christmas market with the boys from Wavesport UK we made plans to head North in the morning up to the River Tees. Water levels we knew had dropped off in most of the UK, but we were armed with 3 brand new Wavesport Recon kayaks and the Wavesport van.



Added by Dale Mears on December 2, 2012 at 5:14pm — No Comments

Trent Lock Wave – Nottingham UK’s Secret Gem

We have had a lot of rain recently in the UK, especially over the midlands area. Being based in Nottingham sometimes has its advantages. Most UK paddlers know that the River Thames has a range of weirs that at different levels can provide some great paddling. Well some of you may not know that so does the River Trent! The only problem is that it requires not only some consistent rain but some flash flooding!

Trent Lock is one of the myths of UK play boating, a wave that forms when the…


Added by Dale Mears on July 10, 2012 at 2:48pm — No Comments

White Water Grand Prix photo look back

Without a doubt the Highlight of 2011 was the White Water Grand Prix. As a competitor it was more then I could have imagined, in so many ways, but even for the spectators this event took everyone by surprise. Everything seemed to be firing for event organiser Patrick Camblin; the water levels were…


Added by Tyler Fox on February 1, 2012 at 5:31pm — No Comments

Spring/Summer Photo Update.....looky here!

Since the spring has hit it has been a busy paddling season, and it continues to be so now into summer. Between working on the river plus the great fortune of…

Added by charlie simmons on June 21, 2011 at 8:20pm — No Comments

CHRONstruction - How to Boof

The dynamic duo are back at it again. This time with some stellar instruction on the coveted and extremely important boof. The crew meet with boofing expert from BIT (Boofing Institute of Technology) and teach him the true way to boof. Sit back, CHRONStruct, and enjoy!!



Added by Chris Wing on May 25, 2011 at 9:48pm — No Comments

2011 Alabama Mountain Games Featuring NAWF

The 2011 Alabama Mountain Games (NAWF) went great.  This festival brings great music, great people and awesome sports like Mt. Biking Kayaking Disc Golf Stand UP Paddle Boarding and more all together. …

Added by charlie simmons on March 23, 2011 at 1:36pm — No Comments

TWO NEW whitewater videos.....Check it out!

Check out "killing time"- a whitewater kayaking short with footage from the southeast united states. Featuring a little obligatory Green River Narrows footage, Big Scirum Creek, Rock Creek, Tallapoosa River, and The Locust Fork of the Warrior River. See it all here creek boating, freestyle…

Added by charlie simmons on March 23, 2011 at 10:43am — No Comments

2010 Review- Photo Slideshow


Added by charlie simmons on January 6, 2011 at 5:58pm — No Comments

Photo Unload....now and then 2010

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Added by charlie simmons on August 25, 2010 at 5:27pm — No Comments

Loving Life in NC

Here are some latest local shots, and some of the first natural flow ive gotten since moving to NC (LOW WATER IS BETTER THAN NO WATER).... though the almost daily dam released Green River Narrows runs are nothing to complain about!!!

Here you will see the cascading 50ft. Rock Creek Falls, first showed to me by my buddy Will Dowling whom never stopped…

Added by charlie simmons on August 25, 2010 at 5:24pm — No Comments

About the Colorado Circuit

The competition circuit that takes place in Colorado is quite an amazing experience. It all begins with the small town competition in Buena Vista, Colorado, the CKS Paddlefest. The Buena Vista Whitewater Park is

one of the best whitewater parks I have ever been to. It keeps getting better

and better. Last year, they had only 4

features and this year they added one new feature, a wave making it the fifth

feature in this already exciting park. That wave…


Added by Taylor Cote on August 24, 2010 at 7:33pm — No Comments

Thailand - Doi Inthanon National Park & Huck

Tyler Fox finding the goods ... at Mae Pan Waterfall - Photo Josh Neilson

Like most paddlers out there, I deal with the struggle of finding that balance between going on lots of kayaking missions and not being flat broke. I've spent the last 2 months on the Ottawa River raft guiding and instructing kayaking, pretty much everyday so that I could save up…


Added by Tyler Fox on August 19, 2010 at 11:58am — No Comments

A New Meca for whitewater !!

Getting to the goods in the Saguenay can take a bit of work. Photo – Tyler Fox

The Saguenay Area is slowly but surely becoming a Whitewater Meca and it is easy to see why, for instance, just look

at its heart the city of Chicoutimi. There…


Added by Tyler Fox on June 23, 2010 at 5:59pm — 1 Comment

Chicoutimi's Greatest - The Valin River

Nothing better then a solid crew of Friends – Photo Tyler Fox

Chicoutimi is a thriving city located in the heart of the Saguenay Region. It has been our paddling destination for the past two spring seasons, while here in Quebec, for a couple reasons;…


Added by Tyler Fox on June 19, 2010 at 6:06pm — No Comments

Team WS UK Hit Up Hurley

So, I am on half term from uni at the moment with a tough choice to make, do assignments or paddle and make video's..... I'll let you see that I have been up to.......

Check it out! Alan Ward, Mark Childerhouse and I had a cheeky session on good three gates at hurley!!!


Go Big,


Added by Matt Kenna on March 30, 2010 at 2:16pm — 2 Comments

New Zealand's Tree Trunk Gorge and more

Tyler Fox enjoying some of New Zealands finest waterfall riding

The New Zealand summer is coming to an end, and once again its been a sweet season, filled with heaps of good times, good bros, and good boating!

A definite highlight of this season was setting aside some trepidation and re-opening up an amazing section of whitewater. Tree Trunk Gorge on the Tongariro River has long remained a section of whitewater rarely run. It… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on March 29, 2010 at 3:00am — 1 Comment

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