Articles in Category: Planning

Breaking News

Breaking News

Training for EABR's Lamu to Zanzibar expedition suffered a setback over the weekend as 2 of the riders suffered broken hands.

Firstly Craig Rogers broke his hand playing rugby in what on-lookers described as a "horrific and eye-watering tackle".

Downwind Challenges for L2Z Windsurfers

Reflections from a training weekend on the Isle of Wight by Craig Rogers

Downwind Challenges for L2Z Windsurfers

On 5 January we will set off to cover 570 kilometres from Lamu to Zanzibar. This was an idea which was conceived nearly 12 years ago after several beers in Diani with professional kitesurfer, Kirsty Jones. It's only now that we start to think about what's required and the distances we will cover that we realise how difficult this task really is. 
On the longest days we will cover as much as 100 km (but this could be more like 150kms as we explain below!)

Supporting Conservation and Environmental Education Programmes

Local Ocean Trust and African Billfish Foundation work closely with their education programmes

Supporting Conservation and Environmental Education Programmes

East African Board Riders are supporting regional marine conservation and environment education initiatives through two established, committed and succesful organisations, the African Billfish Foundation and Local Ocean Trust, both of which rely on donations to continue and develop their programmes.