Good thinking, bits of rope tied to the sterring wheel, or maybe I should chat to the Mythbusters about rigging up remote control? nah, lets make it easy and build a cannal right to my doorstepredphoenix said:Just had this flash of Ash sitting on the yak all geared-up.. on top of the car, controlling the steering wheel and brakes Mr. Bean-style via ropes.aleg75 said:given the chance i would transport it right way up and with all gear on, as fast as setting up is already, could always be faster!
A quick stop, a slide down the front of the car, and into the water.
I'm on it Baz, I liked the idea so much that I strapped myself, right side up, to the roof of the car as well for an hour or so this morning. If it's good for the exploder it has to do me some good as well, doesn't it?? :roll:bazzoo said:Thanks troppo, i certainly like your idea of carrying the kayak right side up in order to train it to stay this way , Shayne, perhaps you might look at this mate , its sorta like pottie training i guess , i also have kayak cradles on my roof bars in order to carry my tk1 and my sea kayak, i guess i will have to stick to carrying the espri this way as it is the only loading system that my back seems to almost tolerate, i wish these boats were as light as my tk1 , 12 kgs, i really hope i am not doing any damage to the espri carrying it right way up :roll: :roll: :roll: