Wash Rider Blog
A paddler's guide to self-isolation 0
Do you need inspiration for alternate activities to paddling? Look no further
With many canoeists and kayakers across the world doing their part to stop the spread of the Covid-19 disease, some of us find ourselves with greater free time, but with fewer paddling options. If you’re a paddler you may not be able to, or simply may not want to get out on your local ocean, river or lake at this time. But there are plenty of kayak paddling-related things you can do to keep yourselves occupied and match fit for the return to the water.
7 stocking stuffers for paddlers under $50 0You don’t have to splurge on a new carbon fibre K1 or surfski to treat yourself this holiday season. We’ve collected our favourite paddler gifts that won’t break the bank. Here are 7 stocking stuffers for under $50.
How to install a K1 racing kayak foot pump 1
An essential part of any marathon or river race is a kayak foot pump to keep dry and fast while not sinking through the rapids or water from other paddlers splashing into your cockpit. The hubby style foot pump is a very common style which was first invented by the South African paddler Hubby Sandberg in the 1990's. To complete the installation of a K1 foot pump you can either watch the video on the blog or the written instructions.