#9 SUMMER 2015 ON SALE NOW
Open Water – Re-wild yourself in the blue gym
Paddle upwind with Eric Terrien // The Rise of the Inflatable // Tread lightly through the Sad Tropics
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The Euro Cup came to town and your humble editor went along to have a look, and returned home an addict.
Yep, that’s right, it’s gear review time. A soft launch this issue with test reports on the revolutionary Pendleboard, and RRD’s Kevlar stringer Airsup.
Everyone likes to read this page in the loo.
The Close Out:
I don’t mean to impose, but I am the ocean.
Apparently it’s safe to do so and you’re at a bigger threat of being eaten by a croc, but still if we were to travel down the Nile we’d prefer to do it unheralded and without engines too.
Would you like to float your way around the Iron Islands with Theon, or swagger down the King’s Road with Tyrion, or dive behind a bush with Cersi? Finn Stark-Mullen takes us around the Game of Thrones locations of Northern Ireland.
The Rise of the Inflatable:
Seven years ago when this mag started, no one imagined it was possible. Today, inflatables dominate the market and mindshare of paddlers globally, and this is how it all started…
The Blue Gym:
Lifetime membership comes free with every board and Rob Small’s blue gym. Get out of the office and into the food chain!
The oldest running paddle club in the UK likes to round off their session with the suitable ancient tradition of going down the ale house, passing a haunted castle on the way of course.
Structure = Freedom:
Ryan James explains how adding a bit of a plan to your paddling can liberate you in all areas of life, on and off your board.
What’s the Frequency?:
Casper Steinfath gives us a peek into his training regime. Shall we try and keep up?
The devil’s wind, the bastard wind, seemingly coming at you from all angles. Handily, Eric Terrien shows us how to slay it!
Make Your Own Race:
With Chase! President of the SUPAA talks us through setting up fun races, and how to prepare for your first event.
Plus Loads more.
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