GREEN RACE 2017: A Tale Of Two Races

Taking on the Green Race Ironman Challenge by: Bobby "The Dogg" Miller Every year on the first Saturday in November, the best paddlers from the East Coast (and some from other areas) come test themselves on a challenging stage of the highest magnitude at the Green Race. There is always a … [Read more...]


From Wreck to Redemption: The Joy & Pain of Extreme Racing by: Bobby Miller Fall is a busy time on the East Coast for the Class 5 extreme racer. There are a multitude of challenging races to hit, starting with the King of New York series on Labor Day weekend and culminating with … [Read more...]

A RIVER ON FIRE: First Annual Cuyahoga Falls Race

A River On Fire! The First Annual Cuyahoga Falls Race Words By: Bobby "The Dogg" Miller Photos: Matt Jackson & Stephen Mule In 1969, the Cuyahoga River actually caught on fire from years of pollution and industrial waste that had been dumped in the river. This horrific event sparked a … [Read more...]

The Quest To Be King Of New York!

by: Bobby Miller “3, 2, 1, Go!” yelled King of New York series organizer Kenny Unser, as I slid off the bank into the raging current of the Racquette River, charging downstream as hard as I could. I headed down the first slide, then cut right to line up for the biggest rapid of the run, Colton … [Read more...]

EVENT: NWCC 2012 Canyon Creek Race

4/22/12 Canyon Creek is such a good river to paddle and offers a pretty spectacular race course. Access is an issue for spectators and non class V boaters, as seen by the finish timers this year. This year I passed on racing in favor of documenting … [Read more...]