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How to roll a riverboard

How to roll a riverboard

(pictured above – being able to roll the riverboard without hesitation or thinking about it really saved my head on this drop, as I was able to instinctively roll the bottom of the board into contact with the rock jutting out, take the hit, drop into the hole, and...
Riverboarding Pozo Azul Waterfall (with Video)

Riverboarding Pozo Azul Waterfall (with Video)

I’d wanted to riverboard this waterfall for a very long time, and with the introduction of the Fluid Anvil to the whitewater market in 2012, I knew I finally had the perfect board. I waited several months for a solid water level, then dialed it up and hucked it...
Riverboarding the Kiyotsu River, Japan

Riverboarding the Kiyotsu River, Japan

One of the most beautiful river canyons I’ve been anywhere in the world, and a riverboarding first descent. This was one of the easier rapids, but Darin captured the essence of the canyon, river, and sport of riverboarding in this shot. Photo by Darin McQuoid,...
Riverboard Papparrazzi

Riverboard Papparrazzi

I love to create, and if I can create and enjoy whitewater & h2o at the same time, it’s a perfect day. Before GoPro’s hit the market, I did a lot of filming by hand while riverboarding. Here I am in Italy, filming a bunch of French hydrospeeders on...
Dropping in, Kiyotsu River

Dropping in, Kiyotsu River

To get to this point you have to punch a tough hole and then turn a blind corner – then the rapid begins. I was riverboarding with a bunch of pro kayakers, who’d run it a few days previous. This day was higher water than they’d done it (and turned...
SUP Rio Savegre

SUP Rio Savegre

I love to standup paddleboard, whether in the ocean or in rivers. The Rio Savegre in Costa Rica is a great stretch of class 2 with some 3’s interspersed and makes for a challenging but fun whitewater SUP run. Photo by Keilyn.
Surfing Corkscrew, Guatemala

Surfing Corkscrew, Guatemala

Corkscrew is a hole on the Rio Cahabon in Guatemala that everyone avoids by skirting it to the left. I thought it looked like a fun surf, so I jumped in and took a few bouncy rides. It was fun, but incredibly violent. Pic from video by Paul...