Author: Shane Benedict

Sneak Peak at the Liquidlogic Braaap!

April 2nd, 2015 | Posted in Company News | Tagged , , , , , , |

I am elated to share with you all the some early details on our new Liquidlogic pleasure craft, the Braaap.  Shane and I put our best and brightest ideas together to create the ultimate short race boat using characteristics derived from the new age Olympic Slalom kayaks among other things. This is a peak performance […]

How to Rock Spin in your Kayak

February 21st, 2015 | Posted in Company News, Instruction / Tech Tips, Shaneslogic | Tagged , , , , , |

Rock Spins add play all the way down the river, while helping you become more comfortable dealing with rocks.  The basic gist of the move is: drive your kayak up on a rock until you can balance, use a sweep stroke and torso rotation to whip the kayak around and then slide off under control. […]

Lil’ A calls me Dad and now I have to let her go

February 18th, 2015 | Posted in Company News, Shaneslogic

I met Adriene when she was a rowdy young teenager at World Class Kayak Academy.  Her outrageous passion and desire for kayaking and adventure clubbed me over the head immediately.  She giggled and screamed at the top of her lungs with every success and failure when she was just starting in her paddling career. To say […]

Woody’s 7th Straight Grand Canyon Self Support Kayak Trip

January 7th, 2015 | Posted in Company News, Expedition, Shaneslogic | Tagged , , , , , , |

It’s day one of Woody’s annual self support trip through the Grand Canyon.  This will be his 7th straight trip in the winter, brrr.  After this year he will have done more than 1500 miles of self support kayaking in the Canyon.  I don’t think there are many people that are a part of that select […]

Legacy Paddlesports Hosts the Merger of Three WNC Conservation Groups

November 21st, 2014 | Posted in Company News | Tagged , , , , , , , |

Thursday November 20, 2014 Last night we were lucky enough to host three regional environmental groups, the Western North Carolina Alliance (WNCA), Environmental and Conservation Organization (ECO), and the Jackson-Macon Conservation Alliance (JMCA) for WNCA’s annual meeting and also for the three organizations to vote on their merger into a single organization named Mountaintrue, to serve […]

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