Australian Demo Day

Well the last weekend we had a fantastic Jackson Kayak Demo day that included instruction from EJ, Gary and myself. Yep, EJ came on down to Australia for the weekend. Nothing like a 20 hour flight for the weekend. Everyone seemed to have an awesome time and the day drew paddlers from all over including Melbourne Victoria, Cairns Queensland and everywhere else in between. I was stoked to be able to instruct a bunch of excited boaters throughout the weekend, a whole lot of instruction, learning and demonstrations went on. After all this we held a local throwdown in the Fryer feature as well as a boatercross event. SWEET fun indeed! Big thanks to Clive for the pics, cheers mate.

Well the last weekend we had a fantastic Jackson Kayak Demo day that included instruction from EJ, Gary and myself. Yep, EJ came on down to Australia for the weekend. Nothing like a 20 hour flight for the weekend. Everyone seemed to have an awesome time and the day drew paddlers from all over including Melbourne Victoria, Cairns Queensland and everywhere else in between. I was stoked to be able to instruct a bunch of excited boaters throughout the weekend, a whole lot of instruction, learning and demonstrations went on. After all this we held a local throwdown in the Fryer feature as well as a boatercross event. SWEET fun indeed! Big thanks to Clive for the pics, cheers mate.

Check out a short video here…. Australian Demo Day

Also great to see the new changes to the Rapid Transit Website. As this is my first post here I want to let everyone know that Skippy Films has teamed up with Rapid Transit to provide our sweet DVD’s to the US public. We have worked out a great new DVD package deal, Downunder the Horizonline and World Cup Road Trip both for $30, but only available for a short time. Check out it out here… Skippy Films DVD Package Deal

Jez

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