Loco on location in Tiree Scotland

Hey Locos!! Many of you may already have seen photographs from some of our Northern Locos' trip to Tiree, Scotland over the last week or so but here's the full report from boss man Joey T. SUP and kite riders Toby and Laura from Aberdeen invited Joe along a few weeks back which he instantly jumped on knowing that September can often be epic on Tiree and could potentially deliver superb content for all of the new 2015 Loco...

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New Loco Asylum inmates – Toby and Laura Edmunds

Loco's asylum doors recently opened once again as two new inmates got sectioned and are now heading for the cells. Toby and Laura Edmunds are a pair of he/she rippers from the colder climes of Scotland. Still hot on the water, however, Toby and Laura will be rocking the big L in 2014. We caught up with them to see what makes them tick. Over to the duo before their meds kick in… Laura Edmunds ripping it up Laura Edmunds: Tell us...

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Paul Monnington enters the Loco Asylum

Paul Monninton is an avid Cornwall dwelling windSUPer who can regularly be found playing in the swells that bombard the St. Ives region. Staunchly a boom in hand man, rather than paddle, the Get Sectioned team is pleased to welcome him into the fold. Paul will be helping push the Loco brand and their windSUP designs, although a little bird tells us he may have also got hold of a touring SUP... 1. How did your Loco team rider status come about? I'd...

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Loco windSUP

'It’s just windsurfing as it was in the 80s innit?’ And in some ways, this description of windSUP is nearly accurate. Floating about in non-planing conditions is just how the sport used to be back in the day. But windSUP is now much more than this. WindSUP - courtesy Boards When SUP’s renaissance first came about there was a great deal of fuss regarding its diversity and the synergy between windsurfing. SUP was widely promoted as being the perfect sport for...

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