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Author:  Simon Sutcliffe [ October 21st, 2010, 7:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Composite creations
has anyone ever heard of them? They seem good for kids

Author:  jedi jeffi [ October 21st, 2010, 8:25 pm ]
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I believe Al Greve can help you there.
YOu can click through his ad on the home page of this site
(canoe adventuring)
I watched his daughters paddle those boats when they where younger....
The girls where much smaller than they are now and they made the boats perform beautifully.
The boats responded very well, and I have never seen a better kids canoe.

Author:  lookinnorth [ October 22nd, 2010, 2:50 pm ]
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I've known Andy along time( he was one of my Boy Scouts) so anything I say will be somewhat bias lol.

From the time he stepped into a canoe he's never been out , we should all be so lucky to be able to make a living at what we love doing.

As far as the canoe, kids seem to love them,
a few pics from a canoeing reunion we had a few years ago



Author:  Simon Sutcliffe [ October 31st, 2010, 9:38 pm ]
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Hi Guys Ive been emailing Andy from composite creations and this is what he has sent me
This dog likes a hard run on any moving water
The Bulldog canoe was designed to be a fun play boat for those paddlers
who look for versatility in a days paddle. The bulldog is an eager contender to
run tight eddy hoping lines on class 3 and 4 rivers. This boat provides paddlers
with a very responsive hull design, not typically found in your average whitewater
canoe. The planning hull allows for incredible surfing opportunities. The
Bulldogs secondary chine’s provide awesome carving abilities and unmatched
stability features in fast moving water. The larger built in tanks allow for
instant paddle time on the river as no air bags need inflating. These tanks can
double as storage hatches for lunch, water bottles and valuables like video

Author:  Alan Greve [ November 2nd, 2010, 1:48 pm ]
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Were you looking at the Bulldog or the Splash? In either case Andy makes tough boats.

My girls use to paddle the Splash for a number of years, the boat went along way for their development and I'd recommend it to any parent looking to enhance their kids paddling for white water.
I know it certainly helped Aliesha. She is 16 and has now moved to Ottawa full time as she's on the National Team and where she just came back from the US Nationals with a Silver in Woman's C1.

Author:  Simon Sutcliffe [ November 2nd, 2010, 8:53 pm ]
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I was looking at the bulldog, Congratulations you must be very proud of your daughter.

Author:  eberlym [ April 29th, 2020, 5:21 pm ]
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Does anyone have any news for Composite Creations? The website is not listed and the facebook page is out of date.

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