Hosted by Southern Stoke Paddle Series and Wild Trails
Join us for an epic adventure triathlon in beautiful downtown Chattanooga! This paddle - run - climb tri will have you plying the river's waters, running the riverwalk or our urban trails on Stringer's Ridge, and tackling the climbing wall up the Walnut Street Bridge itself! Long and short course options as well as team relays; SUP divisions as well as open division for other craft. SUP Paddle times qualify for Southern Stoke Series points. More details and registration:
Purchasing a stand up paddle board can be a big decision.
Before you drop the cash on a new SUP board come on out to demo day and take each model for a spin. This is a great opportunity to test each board to discover the one that works best for you and your unique riding style, body type, and personal needs.
What to Expect
Demo Day is an open and free event for anyone that is interested in paddle boarding. It doesn't matter if you already own a board or you're new to the sport you are welcome to come try out the BOTE demo fleet. We typically have all BOTE models on the water - ready to test drive. The event is relaxed and laid back. Most days we have a KULA of beer and sometimes snacks. This is the perfect way to unwind after a busy week and get outside.
We recommend bringing flip flops, chaco, or booties for boarding. You may get wet so dress accordingly and bring a towel. All ages and skill levels welcome. Demo day is kid and pet friendly.
Every Friday from 6-8pm.
Sometimes we must cancel due to sever weather. Check out FB or call the store for recent updates
Only 8.2 miles from downtown Chattanooga you can get to our demo center in under 15 minutes. The Demo Center is just over the TN state line in the Chattanooga Valley.
L2 Outside Warehouse
286 Lake City
Flintstone, GA 30725
Demo Day takes place on a small lake behind the L2 Outside warehouse in Flintstone, GA. With no river current or boats our demo location is a safe and welcoming environment for all types of paddlers. The L2 Outside warehouse has free parking.
We offer a flexible financing option for all SUP boards and larger purchases to get you on the water now! You can pick up a board today and have no payments and no interest if paid in full within 6 months. Thats right, 6 months same as cash. This financing option is subject to credit approval and only available for US citizens.
No Payments + No Interest if paid in full within 6 months
Contact us with the product you are interested in purchasing and your name, email, and phone number to get started.
Our friends over at WildTrail are putting on a fun race!
Race beautiful downtown Chattanooga with 8, 2.5, and kids' course options for SUP, surfski, kayak and more! Spectator and competitor friendly courses incorporate Ross' Landing, Maclellan Island, the Walnut Street walking bridge, and the Olgiatti bridge. Come race with us as we kick off the Southern Stoke Series for 2017!
More details here on the: https://www.facebook.com/events/225263317947487/
You may not be aware but there is a vast network of creeks and streams, covering hundreds of miles, surround Chattanooga, TN. The natural scenery is absolutely breathtaking on most of these waterways but they’re often impossible to traverse due to the build up of fallen trees, erosion, and human contributed waste. In light of this L2 Outside and Wild Trails have teamed up to clear 100 miles of these local waterways starting with Lookout Creek.
Yesterday morning a small team embarked on the inaugural clearing for Lookout Creek. The clearing will allow stand up paddler boarders, kayakers, and other small water craft to easily navigate the waterway. We were optimistic about the day, and excited about our goal, despite the chilly weather and overcast sky.
The main objective for Lookout Creek is to be able to paddle from Trenton, GA to Downtown Chattanooga, without having to port, by summer of 2017. Filled with river otters, fish, turtles, and birds this is one of the most fun and scenic paddles in our beautiful region. For this initial outing we wanted to scout the waterway south of Reflection Riding, make a game plan, and then clear as many logjams as possible in the remaining daylight. It turned out to be a solid day and we cleared close to 4 miles of the creek. Check out the photos here, and sign up to receive updates as we make progress!
If you’re interested in being part of this initiative for cleaner waterways then leave your name and email address in the comment section below this blog (or sign up here). We will reach out and shoot you additional details.