It’s the 2017 TRAK Pilot casting call.

For 10 years now, TRAK, its paddlers and ambassador "Pilots" have been embarking on a quiet revolution. A revolution to show the world of paddlers that a kayak can be tough, durable, fast—and portable. The leaders of growing that revolution will be our TRAK Pilots. They’re like our Che, Karl or Frida. It’s the time of year when we’re looking for a few more around the world.

So what does a TRAK Pilot do and do you have what it takes to become one? Pilots help make TRAK more widely available around the world. They help with our sales and marketing efforts, reaching out to new audiences and providing support, tips, guidance, advice and more. There are no hard rules; the program is about participating, sharing and adding unique value. There are currently over 20 TRAK Pilots in 10 countries around the world: United States, Australia, Canada, Mexico, Cambodia, New Zealand, UK, Switzerland, Brazil and Germany.

TRAK Pilots also earn TRAK Points to exchange for TRAK gear by: setting up TRAK events, connecting with local clubs and retailers, as well as creating a TRAK community, providing customer support and answering questions from inquiring minds.

See more of what TRAK Pilots get up to below or read more about the TRAK Pilot Program, explore some of their profiles and apply to lead the revolution HERE.

December update:

First round of applications were in by December 16, 2016 and "onboarding" has begun. We will consider additional applications from now until March 1, 2017.


TRAK Pilot Blogs, Videos and Stories


1 Response

Ray Wirth
Ray Wirth

May 21, 2017

I’ve been reading about Trak 2.0 Kayaks and your Pilot program. As a Registered Maine Guide, an accomplished) kayak racer, a year-rouund paddler, an avid kayak adventurer, and a person with strong interpersonal and communications skills, I could offer a great deal as a Pilot. Please let me know if you are still considering applicants for this program. Best, Ray

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