Event Partners and Stalls
Below you will find a list of our partners attending Paddle In The Park. Pop along to their stalls at the event and see them
You can demo white water boats if you have a white water pass, and plenty of the flat water boats will be available to try on the lake with a ‘start paddling pass’.
Peak UK has been producing top quality kayaking equipment since 1990, when Pete Astles founded the company. In the following years Peak UK has become a leading brand in the world of paddle sports equipment. From Olympic gold medal winning kit that revolutionises the sport, to stylish kids kit for getting them out on the water, Peak UK has it all.
As Pete Astles grew up and started his own family, the range of kids kit began to expand. Starting from PFDs, thermals, and Jackets, the range now includes top quality topdecks, a range of spraydecks, and fun custom printed equipment. Check out our full range of kids stuff at out website, or visit the stand on the weekend and see it in the flesh!
Red Paddle Company
Arguably the most popular iSUP brand in the world, Red Paddle changed the way in which stand-up paddle boarding was viewed, and continue to progress technical innovation through design and application.
It was during a time where SUPing was on the rise that Red Paddle saw a gap in accessibility and decided to do something about it. Now, thanks to Red Paddle, inflatable boards are the number one choice for riders all over the world – and for good reason…
At Pyranha, we don’t make boats just to tick a box; each of our kayaks starts with an idea of how we can innovate on what’s come before, or create something no-one else has thought of.
These concepts are refined through 45+ years of experience, and an international team of professional kayakers who share our enthusiasm for the sport.
The culmination of the design process is adding unique style and bold graphics, partnered with striking colours, so the appearance is as attractive as the performance.
Once we’re happy with the design, we build it ourselves, in our own factory, where we can keep a close eye on quality and make those small, seemingly insignificant tweaks which set us apart, and ensure you get something you can be really enthusiastic about.
Pyranha Kayaks, #ByEnthusiastsForEnthusiasts
Fuel For Sport
As British Canoeing’s Performance meal provider it is great to be onboard supporting Paddle in the Park. As well as fuelling the athletes we will also be offering onsite sampling of our delicious meals and discounted prices for you to purchase. Additional savings can also be made by signing up to our monthly Subscription packages here
Unsure why your legs get tingly? Need more connectivity? Looking for all-day comfort in your expedition boat or simply just can’t get your boats to feel quite right? Wave Sport can help! Head along to their stand across the weekend and using their demo boats, they can give you hints and tips to take away to outfit your boat.
Dewerstone is an outdoor lifestyle brand based on Dartmoor National Park.
They make a range of clothing, sunglasses and accessories for people who love outdoor sports, especially kayaking!
Be sure to pop over to their stand and pick up your free poster & sticker pack across the weekend!
Celebrating 40 years in 2019, Palm have always and only made Gear For Paddlers.
From their Clevedon base, they are the company that brought you the first buoyancy aids using 3D shapes for a better fit. Palm also made the first paddling drysuits in Europe, have led the way with women-specific paddle wear, and their Rocket range paved the way for proper kids paddle gear.
Palm are hosts to the Dagger Europe and Islander kayak brands – that’s the one you have seen on Blue Planet making kayaks from marine waste.
So, come over to try out Dagger boats. Find out how you make a kayak from recycled plastic, check Palm paddling gear, and grab some 40-year goodies.
If you’re paddling why not join in the UK Boater X series and Young-Guns-Freestyle which Palm are sponsoring.
Palm are an official partner of British Canoeing, The Free Rivers Fund, Operation Clean Sweep, and British Universities Kayak Expedition.