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Started by Adrian Tregoning May 18, 2008.

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Started by Adrian Tregoning. Last reply by Adrian Tregoning Apr 17, 2008.

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Comment by Jan on October 29, 2010 at 9:11am
Freestyle Nationals.
6-7 Nov is the weekend to be in Parys on the Vaal river. Sat the 6th is the Miyagi program (pro helps beginner) as well as the Fluid Freestyle Saturday, Sat evening is da beeeg party. Sunday morning sees some fun events while we wait for the water to arrive. As soon as Gatsien starts working it's nationals time.

Everybody is welcome, especially the beginners and intermediates. Loads of prizes, coaching clinics and just all round fun.
Comment by deon on January 19, 2010 at 9:05am
Blyde Xfest 2010 info check my blog

Sweet
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Comment by Katy on April 27, 2009 at 5:53pm
Hey!!! I'm looking for a second hand small Spice in good condition... If anyone knows of one plz let me know!
Peace*
Comment by deon on February 27, 2009 at 1:23pm
Howdy all Fluid folks. (shit that sounds lame).
I loaded the teaser vid of the Blyde Xfest onto playak.tv go check out some of the action from the main race in the Blyde Canoyn. This teaser does not cover the other water events but they will be available later for your viewing pleasure. Will let you all know as well when it will be broadcast.
Sweet
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Comment by Chadd Richardson on August 14, 2008 at 4:44am
hey everyone just thought i'd let you's know me and my mate are paddling the Murray white water festival on the 30 and 31st of August. there's a 2.2 metre boat limit so we're taking the flirt and the nemesis. the day starts with a race down a meaty grade 4 stretch called the steps and then goes on to a freestyle comp in a hole further down. Im not doing the freestyle as i've only been paddling a year and cant throw any moves in a hole yet.
this will be one of the last runnable days of the Aussy winter before our 8 month summer with only one grade 3 dam released river (which they are talking about lowering the release and making it un-paddleable) so everyone out there with rivers to paddle I envy you.
Comment by Chadd Richardson on August 4, 2008 at 6:03am
Hey
just wondering if anyone knows how to fix one of my legs going to sleep everytime i paddle its really starting to give me the s#&ts
Comment by Chadd Richardson on June 10, 2008 at 4:53am
Yeah the nemesis was great and definately looked the part but i am 6" 2 and only weigh 70 kgs so the flirt was more in my volume range. its hard being tall and light and finding a boat which i can fit my legs into aswell as be able to sink an end. the flirt is that boat! well done Fluid.
Just paddled my first meaty grade 4 river on the weekend(the lower murray in dwellingup WA) what a buzz for the first time. luckily it was a swim free day for me which gave my confidence a real boost. unfortunately my mate had a swim and lost his pyranna play boat on the last major rapid of the day( a 2km long beauty called "TERMINATION". Get a FLUID i told him ha ha.
Comment by Adrian Tregoning on May 18, 2008 at 1:59pm
The Flirt is a rad boat, I enjoyed it everytime I tried one (never owned one). But I have my own Nemesis and prefer that. More stable on the ends, faster, more responsive. Love the boat!!! Glad you're happy though. Cheers,
Adrian
Comment by Chadd Richardson on May 7, 2008 at 4:10am
hi guys,
just tested the nemesis and the flirt as i was looking for a new play boat. i came home with a shiny new orange flirt and i love it. what does everyone else think of the flirt.
Comment by Val Grollemund on May 2, 2008 at 8:13pm
Orange Solo L is the best!! ;-)
 

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