We’ve all got jobs to do and this level of respect and cooperation makes everyone’s job easier and the day more enjoyable.
I think Thursday will be excellent. Sunday's a no-go. Models are still shaking out the details for Saturday, but it doesn't look as windy as Thursday or perhaps Friday.
Only the best shapes survive and go to production to yet again produce more titles in 2019.
Steve and I took off to get clear. By the time it flushed out and we'd sprinted behind the boat, Steve and I were in the third wave next to Ryland Hart on wave 3. David Rush was on the wave behind us.
We hit the 6pm river tour from the water, surfing the wake of a sternwheeler for nearly an hour.
Every time an unmanned kayak is reported, the USCG has to treat it as a missing person in the water, even if it's just a kayak that rolled off a dock.
This is the finishing stretch and the final pass that led to my win and record breaking Pailolo Channel Crossing Time
We saw our first prototype in Key West when Quickblade’s Jimmy Terrell and Jojo Rosen brought a few out at the Lazy Dog Paddle Shack. They have some range and can shock the heck out of a competitor at the start of a race. Just sayin’ A little @qbpaddles SUP Gun shenanigans at @wassupdownunder with Eric & Alex😂 A post…
Zane had a crazy exciting race hydrofoiling the Pailolo Channel for the 26 mile M2M (Maui to Moloka’i) crossing.
Travis Grant and Steve West sit down with the Dez, editor fo Standuppaddle Mag UK to talk story.