Blog #43 – British SUP Club (vice-)Champs!

We've had an amazing end to our summertime SUP season, with a massive second place at the biggest British SUP Club Championships ever versus 19 other clubs at Bray Lake three weeks ago, plus a few more fantastic SUP Clubs. But our paddleboarding year's still far from over – we've got one last Wednesday evening SUP...

Blog #36 – Winter Bites Back…

There was no way that 'false spring' was ever going to last, so it's no surprise that winter's come back to remind us how lucky we struck it in February! Yet even Sunday's gales didn't phase Bray Lake, who ably and safely ran the last race of their Frostbite winter series. Storms aside, the first signs...

Blog #34 – Mild-life

It's been a pretty incredible February, weather-wise – and apparently it's set to get even warmer again at the end of this week! Which certainly bodes well for our final race of the EASI winter series on Saturday. Plus socially, we've been getting out much more comfortably and frequently than we'd usually dare hope at this...

Blog #30 – return to Monkey Island

It's been a wet and windy week, hence understandably there's not been so much recreational paddling going on – but it's still been great for race training, as the 'off-season' is very much on right now! Suitably well prepared, yesterday five of us returned to Bray Lake (aka: Monkey Island!) for the first of their excellent Frostbite series...

Blog #17 – Lovin’ Summer!

So there goes another week in this amazing summer of SUP! It’s been a scorcher – and we’ve definitely been making the most of it with SUP Club proving super-popular every Wednesday evening, SUP lessons filling up at weekends, plus various trips away, races, socials and more besides… Last week started hot and stayed that way, albeit...

Blog #2 – Staying Frosty!

We certainly had a few welcome glimpses of spring over the weekend – and yesterday morning was particularly nice. Perfect, in fact, for the 5th and final round of Bray Lake's Frostbite winter races. Duncan was out Windsor way to complete the full series, again taking 1st inflatable and 1st 12'6" for the round. As everyone else...