Bryant Cannon

Bryant Cannon

For the last 20 years, in some form or another, I have dedicated a good portion of my time to getting people outdoors. Early on I ran a college outdoor program providing services to a 5,000+ student population and trained as a Wilderness EMT. More recently, my passion to help others in their exploration of the natural world has led me to serve as a board member with Bay Area Wilderness Training, an organization that provides a full range of outdoor gear to low-income youth and wilderness training to their teachers. I find TRAK Kayaks liberating: Combining sea kayaking's freedom to paddle whatever route you choose with TRAK's ability to paddle wherever you may be. The TRAK 2.0 is quite simply an engineering marvel and I’m always eager to schedule a product demonstration or lead a Discovery Day. When I’m not paddling my TRAK, engaged in other waterbound play, or otherwise exploring by foot or wheel, I practice environmental law as a Deputy Attorney General for the California Department of Justice.



Joe Oesterling
Joe Oesterling

I started paddling in the late 90’s on Lakes Michigan and Superior, touring through the summers and kayak surfing when...

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Kathy Bunton
Kathy Bunton

I spent my childhood in and around the water. Growing up, my love for being on the water only increased....

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Patrick Heun
Patrick Heun

As an intermediate/beginner, Patrick has a unique perspective of an appreciation of nature, kayaking, camping, and "growing into his boat". ...

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