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Team rider Andrew Cotton’s latest episode from Mikey Corker and Epic TV. Would you paddle Nazare solo?

Team rider Andrew Cotton with the first of an Epic TV web series. A great portrayal of a guy who is way too humble!
Video by Mikey Corker

3rd place at the Ultimate Paddler for Team Rider and NSP Rider Search winner, Damian Warner. The race was part of the Paddlefest held in St Ives last weekend. A top field of paddlers entered a 3 lap race with a beach sprint start/finish. This is Damo’s third podium finish of the year, riding his NSP Travis Grant pro model race board.

Tiki’s Barry Mottershead with a feature from Red Bull. A great insight into the life of an underground charger

Andrew Cotton has been shortlisted for the XXL Biggest Wave Award, placing him in the top 5 already. If he wins it, there’s a good chance the wave will also be recognised as the biggest wave ever ridden.Go Cotty!

Andrew Cotton has been shortlisted for the XXL Biggest Wave Award, placing him in the top 5 already. If he wins it, there’s a good chance the wave will also be recognised as the biggest wave ever ridden.

Go Cotty!

From the archive

From the archive

With the XXL’s approaching here’s one of team rider Barry Mottershead’s from earlier in the winter.

Tiki 2014 Hardware brochure is available here

Tiki 2014 Hardware brochure is available here

Tiki Zepha wetsuit with Andrew Cotton

Team rider Andrew Cotton with 1 of 2 entries for biggest wave in the XXL.

George Dufty won the 2013 British pro mens finals in Troon this last weekend…As the Youth Championships were not run he also retains the title UK Youth Champion from 2012 so a sort of “Double Champion” !

George Dufty won the 2013 British pro mens finals in Troon this last weekend…As the Youth Championships were not run he also retains the title UK Youth Champion from 2012 so a sort of “Double Champion” !

Tiki staff product test paddle night

Tiki staff product test paddle night

Barry Mottershead with a recent discovery in Ireland