Author: Shane Benedict

Green Race Training: How to train for the Green Race

September 23rd, 2015 | Posted in Company News, Instruction / Tech Tips, Shaneslogic | Tagged , , , , , , , |

With six weeks to the start of the 20th Annual Green Race,  dust is rolling off boats as they fly up and down highway 26 toward the put-in.  Serious training means a year-round commitment, but, in reality, most racers will just now be pulling long-boats out of their garages to bang down the river, or grunt out attainments […]

Liquidlogic Moving Forward

August 13th, 2015 | Posted in Company News

No matter how immersed I have been lately in creating new boats and continuing to move the business forward with everything that has been going on, there’s no way I could have missed all the buzz out there on the grapevine about the “merger” and layoffs at Liquidlogic in the past couple weeks.  The storytellers and prognosticators […]

Liquidlogic Wins Blades Award for Best Website Small Business Class

April 14th, 2015 | Posted in Company News | Tagged , , , , , |

About the Blades Awards: Miva Inc. recognizes the online stores that raised the bar and practiced the utmost of ecommerce excellence in 2014. This year four were crowned The Blades Ecommerce Awards Winners at MivaCon 2015 on March 26th. The following four categories, Best Website Enterprise Class, Best Website Small Business, Most Improved Website and […]

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 […]

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