Kai Lenny rides the fastest SUP in the world
Kai Lenny's been a little quiet lately on the social media front. But today he had everyone at the Seabreeze office in stitches when we saw this. Captioned "How do I ride this thing?" It's classic Kai.
In other news, Kai lost in his semi final during the Stand Up World Tour in Brazil. He was pretty optimistic before his heat, saying he was really enjoying his board. But despite popping a very respectable aerial in his heat, he couldn't make the final. Two brazillian guys won the event, with our own Justin Holland coming in 3rd place. A mighty effort considering the conditions on offer in Pao Paulo. Even Kai said it was the hardest location to perform well in.
If you're interested to see what Kai gets up to between world tour stops, his kiteboarding and his windsurfing. Look him up on Facebook here.
From backyard SUP project, to company, to Nicaragua...
Tony Smith is the guy behind a small company making SUPS in the US, and he tells an incredible story of his journey from making a project SUP in his backyard, to paddling down tiny rivers in Nicaragua where nobody has ever seen a stand up paddle board.
Bump Betty Does it Again!
It's not an event ok! But this weekend, 24 paddlers raced from Point Arkwright to Cotton Tree, Matt Nottage and Kate Baker were the winners, and it will be on again next year. Want an invite? You can't have one!
New Years 'Sup-olution' ideas for Stand Up Paddlers!!
It's that time of year again! Make a difference to your paddling in 2018, by setting some goals and targets for your paddling.