Coach Sam Milne takes you through all the gear you might want for your upcoming Coast to Coast Multisport Kayak Course. Featured Products
Coach Sam Milne takes you through all the gear you might need for your upcoming Grade 2 Certificate Kayak Course. Featured Products
In the past six years I’ve kayaked the Waimakariri Gorge well over a hundred times. On a large number of these trips I was guiding people down for their first time. If you’ve never been through before, and are wondering what the Gorge is really like, I’ll attempt to describe how hard it is, and […]
Paddling braided rivers with constantly changing channels can be tricky business. With multiple routes to choose from, including many false leads, it’s easy to get lost out there. Here is a system that if followed correctly, will provide success 99.9% of the time.
Easy lines virtual tour through the Coast to Coast Kayak Leg with Canterbury Kayaking coach Sam Milne. Recorded Wed Feb 7, 2018 @ 80m/3s
Forget personal preference or wind resistance. Here is how to set your paddle feather accurately for a neutral wrist position based on science. Prevent further injury to your wrists. Get more comfort and higher performance out of your stroke with this simple technique that very few people know about.
Learning to roll your kayak is a process of constant refinement. Here are 7 tips that will help you achieve rolling perfection. It all begins with a good set-up position. Having your hands too low in the water reduces the amount of wind-up in your torso, and sets your body too deep into the water. […]
Every year, hundreds of beginners are learning to kayak for the Coast to Coast Race. Here are the 5 most common Coast to Coast training mistakes, and how you can avoid them.
Easy lines virtual tour through the Coast to Coast Kayak Leg with Canterbury Kayaking coach Sam Milne. Recorded Wed Feb 8, 2017 @ 110 cumecs.
Easy lines virtual tour through the Waimakariri Gorge with Canterbury Kayaking coach Sam Milne. Recorded Wed Feb 10, 2016 @ 40-50 cumecs in preparation for the Coast to Coast Race.
It’s time to check and re-stock your kayaking first-aid kit. Here is what I carry every time I hit the river.
Learning to roll is the smart way to begin. Being able to roll from an early stage will set you up with the confidence to learn new skills, as well as a vital tool in avoiding potential disaster while racing or training.