With the two valves on opposite sides of the kayak, I have a choice. Either I must reach over the kayak to access the far valve or I have to walk around to the other side. Reaching over stresses my back so I take the walk.
Is there a reason the valves can't be on the same side?
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- Mon Aug 31, 2020 2:57 pm
- Forum: New Members
- Topic: Hello from Vancouver, Canada
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Caroline, I have only been in Vancouver once but plan to return! I have made a few additions to my AirVolution solo: * cart: https://rick.sparber.org/KayakCart.pdf * foot pegs: https://rick.sparber.org/TipsAndTricks.pdf page 6 * modified seat: https://rick.sparber.org/AirVolutionSeatFix.pdf Maybe yo...
I’m the proud owner of an AirVolution solo. My first kayak was a Sevylor Colorado. With the same effort, 120 BPM, I go 55% faster in my AirVolution. It feels like it is resting on the water, not in it.