One Less Nude is a less is more approach to hand printed street wear proudly designed and produced in Australia by none other than the amazing Brad. Brad is a fellow badenture buddy of mine who I have been lucky enough to know and adventure with for many years. I'm stoked to be sponsored by One Less Nude and be their very own ADVENTURE JUNKIE!
Check out their very new site and product lineup fresh off the printing press!
My good friends over at One Less Nude have just launched their adventure site and newest product lineup. Check them out here!!!
It's been a truly magical experience these past few months in America. From driving and exploring Utah, Arizona and Colorado in my shaggin' wagon for 8000 miles, to backcountry skiing ventures and of course Paramotoring my way through canyons, deserts and over some absolutely stunning scenery. Ryan Shaw of Paradrenalin has done an absolutely amazing job in training me to fly and help prep me for my Icarus Trophy race at the end of the year. Day after day we'd be out flying every sunrise and sunset that we could and exploring the magic of powered paragliding flight.
I've been so amazingly fortunate to be training under the best of the best with the greatest equipment too. I'm absolutely stoked to be partnered with Ryan for the race and to be coming back again in September for some more race training and skill sessions prior to our race in October.
So in finality a massive thank you and shout out to all my supporters who have helped make this training trip literally a flying success; Ryan Shaw of Paradrenalin, Dudek Paragliders, Nirvana Paramotors, Gondwana clothing, XTM Performance baselayers and gloves, Flytec flight instruments, One Less Nude street clothing, Globetrekker adventure gear suppliers and Kaos Snow gear and equipment.
Things are starting to heat up on the media front. I've just been notified that I've been published in Adventure Travel Magazine in the UK and also in the International Free Flying Magazine - XC Mag for my upcoming Icarus Trophy race. Check this link out for the brief plug in XC Mag
The season for training is quickly closing out and I must soon return to Australia for the winter. To date I've had an amazing time flying with Ryan Shaw of Paradrenalin and learning from him in the Arizona desert. I have just a week left of flying before I have to start the long, long crawl back home to Aus but I intend to keep flying as much as I can while the weather holds up.
I'll absolutely be back again in September to fly with Ryan prior to the Icarus Trophy Race.
From high in the skies of Arizona,
During my travels I am constantly amazed at the fact that I am fortunate enough to meet so many radical people and the adventures I'm able to share with them. I love that you never know when you're going to just run into them but that they are always out there and will irrevocably change your life in a moments' flash. Well recently Taco came into my world and we've been having some rad adventures and exploratory missions ever since.
Everything from free climbing and summiting gnarly mountain peaks in the middle of the night to descending the Grand Canyon, Paramotoring high over the Arizona desert or sneaking up into the snowy mountains to exercise some trash bag sledding debauchery.
Over the last few weeks life has been full of hectic amazing-ness! I've been flying my little heart out with world champion paramotor pilot Ryan Shaw who is busy training me for the Icarus Trophy later this year, hanging out at a rad dropzone with some super cool people and then fitting in as many misadventures as I can when the weather is too poor for flying.