Staff Writer Michael Potter talks openly about the struggles that face a learning kayaker, and what steps he took to overcome Stupid.
By Juniper Rose After years of anticipation, two failed visa attempts, and support from across the globe, Nepali paddler Dipesh ...
New edition of the classic freestyle manual now available in English! Reviewed by Editor-in-Chief Chicago Mike Toughill just in time for the Holidays! Feliz Navidad!
Queen of New York co-champ Genevieve Royer sits down with Staff Writer Jay Carpenter to discuss kayaking and racing the challenging rivers of Quebec and the eastern US.
DBP Admin Michelle Terrell accepts an award on behalf of us all from American Whitewater and Bluegrass Wildwater Association for our river cleanups. She also covers this year's Lord of the Forks Race and the Russell Fork Rendezvous.
Michael Potter celebrates the river people in his life in homage to this season of Thanksgiving
Ever missed your roll back in the early days and thought... "I QUIT!" Maybe that was 15 years ago, maybe that was yesterday!! Lauralyn Chrisley discusses the trials and tribulations of learning paddling skills and her method of learning.
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!
Michael Potter takes us with on a Wallace filled weekend at GAF