Are you looking for a little assistance with your kayaking or paddle boarding adventures? Do you enjoy the adventures, but wish they were a little easier? Or, maybe your adventures are in an area where the weather or conditions can change and you would feel better having some assistance to get you out of trouble.
We are here to show you why adding a motor to your kayak or paddle board is likely to enhance your fun! Read on to learn all about kayak and sup motors and what they can do for you.
In a world of gimmicks and quick sales of cheap kayak accessories that people often regret, there is one that will give the best bang for your buck. Trolling motors for kayaks have been around for many years, making kayaking more relaxing, safer, and easier – or so we all thought.
Unfortunately, many kayak motors have disappointing battery life and can be difficult to mount. Luckily, the designers of the Bixpy kayak motors have tackled these issues head-on and provided us all with a trolling motor that is filled with benefits for paddlers!
The first canoes were builtabout 10,000 years ago. Nearly five millenia later, humans were also using kayaks to travel across large bodies of water. Consequently, kayaks are often thought to be upgraded canoes.
However, canoes have some features that a kayak lacks, and vice versa. This guide will compare canoe vs. kayak to showcase their unique qualities and explore their differences.
Which vessel might be the right choice for your outdoor adventure? Let's find out!
Kayaking is a great way to enjoy time with friends while getting some sun and exercise on the water. Exerciseisn't always fun, so when you find a great activity like kayaking to enjoy, it is a double-win!
If you're just getting started in the kayaking world, our kayaking guide for beginners is just what you need to hit the water smoothly.
Keep reading to learn about the best kayaking tips for those just starting.
2020 and 2021 were boom years for paddlesports and it led to kayak and canoe shortages across the US and Canada. A large portion of the boom was due to the covid-19 pandemic. Kayaking, it turns out, is the perfect socially distanced sport. You can get out of nature without having to be close to people–other than your immediate family–if you don’t want to be. You also get some Vitamin D to help out your immune system at a crucial time!
Whether you’re dipping your toe into kayaking for the first time or are a seasoned kayaker, it always pays to brush up on your water safety skills and paddling techniques. Common kayaking mistakes can trip up anyone if the weather turns nasty, the currents get away on you, or you forget a key piece of your gear such as a personal flotation device.
Read on for our guide to the errors kayakers make most often–on or off the water.
Ah, the Grand Canyon. One of America's most beautiful and exciting sights to see. With its vast range of endless mountains and varying degrees of both elevation and weather, what's not to love about it?
So vast is its beauty, that the Grand Canyon itself far surpasses Rhode Island in size (by about 700 sq miles). With so much to see, one can only wonder what the best way to enjoy the scenery is.
But what better way than with some Grand Canyon Kayaking?
Kayaking is one of the most relaxing, yet equally daring, physical activities that one can partake in. Specifically, some of the waters of the Colorado River that run through the Grand Canyon take some real guts to pursue.
Keep reading to learn more about how to kayak in the Grand Canyon.