Back in 1982 the first National Paddling Film Festival was held in a barn at the Kentucky Horse Park. This event has become the annual tradition ever since. When I asked Bob Larkin how this event came to transpire, he answered honestly “Just give Kentucky paddlers a reason to throw a party, and they will.” […]
Here at DBP we strongly believe in protecting rivers around the world. This is one of the main aims of our DBP Active! group, who have a specific campaign that they are working on this spring with partner organisations. We are working with American Whitewater and USA raft on the campaign to get the Nolichucky […]
For international women’s day 2018 we decided to showcase some of our stories and interviews featuring the women of whitewater from all around the world. Featuring world champions, ace photographers and more, this is our celebration of the awesome women of the whitewater world: First off, back in 2017 we had an interview with the […]
Michael Potter goes microcreeking and mega Wallacing on an exploratory run with Kirk Eddlemon
Dale #danewho Guarniere and Mike Toughill interview Jackson Kayak star Nick Troutman on family, paddling, and Wallace.
Jay Young brings to life the story of the Cheat River in the aftermath of the Flood of 1985 in this first of a two part series
Staff Writer Michael Potter talks openly about the struggles that face a learning kayaker, and what steps he took to overcome Stupid.
Thank you to everyone that entered this years video Competition! We had some really awesome entries from all around the world. Look out for more video competitions coming next year, as a hint you might want to be saving some beatering footage… Judges Choice For this part of the competition the videos were looked over […]
Joel Walker’s scary swim down Class V Bull Sluice takes you to that core life or death moment…
Where is the line, when it comes to Wallace and major consequences? Aaron Kendall explores the subject in depth… LITERALLY!