Paddle in Pink Confidence Series: Dirty Bird

When: June 24, 2017 @ 10:30 A.M.

Where: NOC Outpost on the Pigeon River

Who: Presented by Paddle in Pink for the ladies!

Paddle in Pink Confidence Series: Dirty Bird

When: June 24, 2017 @ 10:30 A.M.

Where: NOC Outpost on the Pigeon River

Who: Presented by Paddle in Pink for the ladies!

Paddle in Pink Confidence Series: Dirty Bird

When: June 24, 2017 @ 10:30 A.M.

Where: NOC Outpost on the Pigeon River

Who: Presented by Paddle in Pink for the ladies!

Paddle in Pink Confidence Series: Dirty Bird

When: June 24, 2017 @ 10:30 A.M.

Where: NOC Outpost on the Pigeon River

Who: Presented by Paddle in Pink for the ladies!

Paddle in Pink Confidence Series: Dirty Bird

When: June 24, 2017 @ 10:30 A.M.

Where: NOC Outpost on the Pigeon River

Who: Presented by Paddle in Pink for the ladies!

2017 HTTD Season kicks off April 26th

It’s that time again…

Hometown Throwdown Season

This year we have already had more precipitation than any other year in recorded history in the Northern Sierra so flows will be high throughout the summer.  With that in mind we are going to go a bit longer this year and hold events through June.  So grab your friends, dust off the paddling gear, and meet us in two weeks to kick things off.  HTTD will start at 5-530pm on Wednesdays every two weeks.

  • April 26th –  Reno Whitewater Park  –  Slalom Survivor Race
  • May 10th — TBD
  • May 24th — TBD
  • June 7th — TBD
  • June 21st — TBD

Because flows will be changing a lot this season, we will be adjusting the event type and location as we go. So check back in for information on the next event.  As always Colin has worked to get great sponsors for World Kayak in 2017, this year we already have lots of great gear from:

  • Jackson Kayak
  • Mountain Khakis
  • Ninkasi
  • Accent Paddles
  • IR
  • Kokatat
  • Effort Inc.
  • Astral

Remember that we will always have lots of great beer from Ninkasi Brewing.

See you on the 26th!!!!!

2017 HTTD Season kicks off April 26th

It’s that time again…

Hometown Throwdown Season

This year we have already had more precipitation than any other year in recorded history in the Northern Sierra so flows will be high throughout the summer.  With that in mind we are going to go a bit longer this year and hold events through June.  So grab your friends, dust off the paddling gear, and meet us in two weeks to kick things off.  HTTD will start at 5-530pm on Wednesdays every two weeks.

  • April 26th –  Reno Whitewater Park  –  Slalom Survivor Race
  • May 10th — TBD
  • May 24th — TBD
  • June 7th — TBD
  • June 21st — TBD

Because flows will be changing a lot this season, we will be adjusting the event type and location as we go. So check back in for information on the next event.  As always Colin has worked to get great sponsors for World Kayak in 2017, this year we already have lots of great gear from:

  • Jackson Kayak
  • Mountain Khakis
  • Ninkasi
  • Accent Paddles
  • IR
  • Kokatat
  • Effort Inc.
  • Astral

Remember that we will always have lots of great beer from Ninkasi Brewing.

See you on the 26th!!!!!

2017 HTTD Season kicks off April 26th

It’s that time again…

Hometown Throwdown Season

This year we have already had more precipitation than any other year in recorded history in the Northern Sierra so flows will be high throughout the summer.  With that in mind we are going to go a bit longer this year and hold events through June.  So grab your friends, dust off the paddling gear, and meet us in two weeks to kick things off.  HTTD will start at 5-530pm on Wednesdays every two weeks.

  • April 26th –  Reno Whitewater Park  –  Slalom Survivor Race
  • May 10th — TBD
  • May 24th — TBD
  • June 7th — TBD
  • June 21st — TBD

Because flows will be changing a lot this season, we will be adjusting the event type and location as we go. So check back in for information on the next event.  As always Colin has worked to get great sponsors for World Kayak in 2017, this year we already have lots of great gear from:

  • Jackson Kayak
  • Mountain Khakis
  • Ninkasi
  • Accent Paddles
  • IR
  • Kokatat
  • Effort Inc.
  • Astral

Remember that we will always have lots of great beer from Ninkasi Brewing.

See you on the 26th!!!!!

Hometown Throw-Down, Bend, Oregon

A group of talented local boaters gathered at the Bend Whitewater Park Wednesday at 6pm to throw freestyle moves on Jason’s wave.  The wave was set to be a small foam pile on surfer’s right and a green wave to the left.  The weather was 95 degrees and the water was fine.  We did get a visit from the Bend Metro Parks and Recreation District code enforcement personnel who asked if any money was required to participate in the Throw-Down.  Thanks to World Kayak and their sponsors we were good to go with waivers signed  and a mix of participants/non-participants taking turns on the wave.  The boaters were having so much fun pushing the limits of Jason’s wave that we stayed past the end of completion and left just before dark. Loops are still hard to achieve, but there were more than last Fall’s HTTD. Several participants were gratefully surprised that swag was based only on participation and I look forward to seeing my friends sporting the good looking drivers cap.

1)  Kyle Anderson 136 pts

2)  Jeff Huebner 113 pts

3)  Orion Junkins 112 pts

4)  David Kinker  77 pts

5)  Aaron Anderson 67 pts

6)  Nick Webber 61 pts

7)  Stephen Junkins 60 pts

8)  Noel Anderson 56 pts

9)  Myria Bury 36 pts

10) Jason Flannery 34 pts

11) Blaine Davis 30 pts

Hometown Throw-Down, Bend, Oregon

A group of talented local boaters gathered at the Bend Whitewater Park Wednesday at 6pm to throw freestyle moves on Jason’s wave.  The wave was set to be a small foam pile on surfer’s right and a green wave to the left.  The weather was 95 degrees and the water was fine.  We did get a visit from the Bend Metro Parks and Recreation District code enforcement personnel who asked if any money was required to participate in the Throw-Down.  Thanks to World Kayak and their sponsors we were good to go with waivers signed  and a mix of participants/non-participants taking turns on the wave.  The boaters were having so much fun pushing the limits of Jason’s wave that we stayed past the end of completion and left just before dark. Loops are still hard to achieve, but there were more than last Fall’s HTTD. Several participants were gratefully surprised that swag was based only on participation and I look forward to seeing my friends sporting the good looking drivers cap.

1)  Kyle Anderson 136 pts

2)  Jeff Huebner 113 pts

3)  Orion Junkins 112 pts

4)  David Kinker  77 pts

5)  Aaron Anderson 67 pts

6)  Nick Webber 61 pts

7)  Stephen Junkins 60 pts

8)  Noel Anderson 56 pts

9)  Myria Bury 36 pts

10) Jason Flannery 34 pts

11) Blaine Davis 30 pts

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