2017 is certainly looking like it will be an important and progressive year in the world of inflatable paddleboards with Red Paddle Co continuing to stretch the boundaries.
The Red Dragon is a 22′ SUP designed for four paddlers and the release of this mighty paddleboard coincides with the announcement of the Red Dragon World Series, a dedicated team world championship.
Using a Red Paddle Co XL Ride board and oversized boxing gloves the two contestants simply try to batter each other and knock their opponent from the board.
Whilst paddling underground in the pitch black within a concrete maze wouldn’t be everyones idea of fun, the footage from the subterranean bunker gives us some insight into life inside the Nazi fortress
The technology behind inflatable paddleboards is constantly evolving and the boards are forever improving, offering the rider a far better paddling experience. With improvements in pump designs such as the Titan double barrelled pump and Rocker Stiffening System side stringers, Red Paddle have been at the forefront of these step changes and with the introduction […]
What makes the Titan Pump stand out from the crowd is that due to its clever design, you spend half the time and effort inflating your SUP, compared to other Paddleboard pumps
The brochure is packed will the full range of Red Paddle SUP’s and gives a breakdown on each boards qualities and specifications, with the inclusion of a feature button that allows you to glean specific information on the features of each model.
Removing the valve in your inflatable SUP is essential for cleaning and inspection and should be carried out periodically, and as the clip shows it is a straightforward and quick and easy process.
Every other week Red Paddle Co will release a new video to their YouTube channel that will help you to gain a better understanding of the sport and more importantly to help you use their own inflatable boards.
The popular event will get underway at Totnes and wind its way down to Dartmouth, whilst providing a spectacular site for onlookers who have ample opportunity to line the River Dart and support the paddlers