Zak Dunnings takes full advantage of high summer water levels.
Beat Yesterday Media House proudly presents their new film ‘Lines Into The Black Sea’.
One month paddling expedition through Turkey and Georgia started in April 2016. On the way through these beautiful countries, BYMH had a chance to paddle some amazing rivers, both known and unknown.
All the rivers are flowing into the Black Sea, and that’s where the name came from.
Lancashire or Yorkshire, which is best? It’s a question that is greatly debated buy never settled. Lancashire Hotpot Yorkshire Pudding by Bob McKee shows two rivers, one within each of those great counties.
Bob and Chris Brain tackle the Hindburn in Lancashire and the Ribble in Yorkshire.
Peak UK have launched their new Racer ST. This revolutionary garment was four years in development and collaboration between Peak UK, British Canoeing and the English Institute of Sport.
The Racer ST combines a cag, deck and PFD into one single piece of gear. We’ve seen and used cag decks (top decks)from Peak UK in the past and they have been a firm favourite at Unsponsored HQ, but adding the PFD element takes this to a whole new level.
The PFD/Cag/Deck combo was used by Joe Clarke, David Florence & Richard Hounslow in Rio this year.
Movie Monday 22 August 2016 is here with a bang. We’ve selected a few edits that we have stumbled across over the last couple of days for your viewing pleasure. Hopefully they will go some way to numbing the pain of being at being back at work or study on a Monday morning. However is all of the following edits don’t fulfil your whitewater needs check out all of our Movie Mondays. There are quite a few!
Today was the Washburn Boaterfest 2016. We spent a few hours at the Washburn (North Yorkshire, UK) checking out the event and testing out some new gear.
For quite sometime if you went to any recent event you would be sure to see lots and lots of Pyranha 9Rs on the water. Today was quite different.
Moriston River Race 2016 from Eddy Mead – A collection of clips epically put together by Jarrad Cody of the recent Moriston Race in Scotland.
This edit shows the new Dagger Phantom in action.
The version 2 of the prototype Dagger Phantom was at the Moriston river race last weekend. It was being paddled by Eddy Mead who has kindly sent the following images to Unsponsored HQ.
The lines of the kayak are clear to see in these images. The bow in particular is quite interesting.
Movie Monday 15 August 2016 is a mixed bag of stouts, waves, and beaters. Some edits from now and some from many years agp. A simple reminder if you like that not all great kayak action is captured at 1080p plus!
Welcome to Movie Monday 15 August 2016.
So what do we know about the kayak Dagger are currently assigning the name Phantom. Firstly if and when it comes into production the boat will most likely have a different name. The maximum length of boats for the short boat class in races such as the Green Narrows river race is now 9ft. The Phantom will fall within the category.
The first and second prototypes of this Phantom have been on the water for a few years and a third prototype will be hitting the water very shortly. In all likelihood this will be a preproduction model and will represent what the finally Phantom will look like.