2014 wrap up Video

in 2014 I started paddling for liquidlogic and I had a killer year! Over the year I paddled all their models and I love each one with its own style and different design features.

check out my year :

Crashing Canada


July 10th: sitting in Norway at the Sjoa and browsing through my facebook…
Everyone starts posting pictures and videos of upcoming BC-Season, Stikine level drops in super early this year and after a quick check on my bank account I notice: I’m broke. But I didn’t care. I really wanted to go to British Columbia and check out the classics by myself instead of only reading about it. With the last bucks on my account I booked the flight to Vancouver on the 20th of August, knowing that I’d return back from Norway on the 9th of August and then have one week to make some money for this trip.

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Precious Alps

After some years exploring regions further to travel, 2014 was the year that took me back to the Alps, the place where I started to run whitewater. Appreciating the rivers close to home sometimes gets lost while traveling the world with the kayak… So I really enjoyed sharing some of the quality whitewater the alps have to offer with friends from all over the globe.


just before the KS mag ;) pic.: Harald Glanz

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Liquidlogic Kayaks direct sales announced

Liquidlogic Kayaks announces direct salesFletcher, NC –Liquidlogic is stoked to announce our transition to a direct-to-consumer sales strategy. Liquidlogic will launch a redesigned website, featuring direct sales, October 1st, including a platform for selling kayaks, accessories, and parts. We may even have the hats, stickers, and t-shirts that you all have been begging us for lately. We’ll also open a retail store at our manufacturing site near Asheville, NC. and the Green River. We want to create a micro-brew style experience where you can walk in, learn about the boats from the people who make them, see kayaks being made, and walk out with a boat fresh from the tap.