TRAKings in the WILD

July 12, 2019 1 Comment

TRAKings in the WILD


You've found TRAKings in the WILD! We're sharing TRAK Owner experiences as TRAK 2.0 kayaks arrive to their worldwide destinations.

Share your TRAK kayak in the wild with the hashtag #TRAKeverywhere or upload your photos and videos for a chance to be featured here!






Photos © Harvey Tapan

TWe hope you enjoy these breathtaking images by photographer Harvey Tapan that were taken when he teamed up with TRAK recently to explore Palawan, Philippines.

JULY 12, 2019


TRAK Pilot & Backer Rendezvous

TRAK Pilots Jeff Berner and Ryan Pepper showcasing the TRAK 2.0 at the South Bass Island Sea Kayak Rendezvous - practiced rescues and put the 2.0 to the test with some experience sea kayakers.

JUNE 7-9, 2019


The annual TRAK Pacific Rim Surf Camp was marked by strong winds and huge swell in the beginning...

Everyone adapted and persevered to score high on the stoke meter. Check out the two great accounts of this famous skills progression camp. Read our stories from this recent camp: "Paddling the Pacific Rim" and "Building Resilience, Stoke, & Community"

MAY 21-25, 2019



A small band of brave kayakers received their new TRAK 2.0 vessels and boarded a small ferry to unique island in the Strait of Georgia on the Coast of British Columbia Canada.

They launch on a four day excursion along the exotic coast of Lasqueti Island. The focus was camping and kayaking and skills progression focus of level one skills. They bonded as a team and made it back super charged for more trims on their own.

MAY 20, 2019



Photos by Eric R.

MAY, 2019



Photos by Harvey T.

MAY 19, 2019




Photos by Stefan A.

MAY 15, 2019


by Shinju H.

MAY 4, 2019


"Short paddle on Lake Zurich" by Brian D.

MAY 4, 2019


"Day trip to the end of the western arm of Lake Waikaremoana, NZ, from Simon C.

MAY 2, 2019

"Canals in Bangkok!"

from Wit P.

MAY 1, 2019

"My 3rd trip with my TRAK. Like it very much and getting faster with the assembly and it's also packed up in no time."

from Brian D.

APRIL 2019


APRIL 2019

This early backer picked up his kayak just before the Thai New Year! He got it together, and got out there paddling on the Mekong River! Thanks to Nawa, Envida and the Tank Store crew for staying and meeting them until 10pm, so he could make it on his trip! And Simon was very happy to "meet this TRAK 2.0" after a longer time apart than anticipated. He is off on a trip to New Zealand later this month!


from Bethany of 'Her Odyssey'

APRIL 2019


Some sage advice from Bethany ("Fidgit") of the Her Odyssey expedition, after spending two months paddling the TRAK 2.0 on a discovery trip in Central America. They learned a lot about the kayaks, sea kayaking, and navigating many challenges along the way!


Discovery Day Nº 1

April 8, 2019

TRAK Pilot Nadja pulled something off in Berlin. After travelling from the Whitsundays in Australia, she arrived on a Friday, set up her new TRAK 2.0 on the Saturday, then led a TRAK Discovery Day with three new Kickstarter Early Bird backers on the Sunday! In a city steeped in history, and with a population totally suited to the benefits of the TRAK 2.0 - these Berliners have started their journey towards mastering their new kayaks, and to getting fully unleashed on the water.



Lake Superior

APRIL 2019

Some paddling through the ice on Lake Superior from a sea kayaker getting his first TRAK 2.0 experience.




MARCH 2019

Early backers were greeted by Khee Wei of Paka River Camps to deliver their new TRAK 2.0's. He also captured some reactions from new owners as they saw the highly engineered components of this revolutionary design. 




Her Odyssey Expedition

MARCH 2019

Following the Her Odyssey expedition has been fun and empowering. These two ladies, Bethany and Lauren, were joined by Richard to complete a sea kayak journey in Panama and up to Costa Rica. This was a quest for them, and paddling the TRAK 2.0 kayaks represented an opportunity to really unleash.



The Maiden Voyage


Three generations of TRAK Pilots embarked upon a self-supported expedition down an endangered river running through the steppes of Patagonia. The TRAK 2.0 gets its maiden voyage in one of the most remote regions of the Americas. Super cool!






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April 19, 2019

Bonjour envoie-moi le prix merci 😊

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