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It’s not just top notch tournament kayak anglers that have a need for speed, the rest of us do too! Introducing Feelfree’s first ever crossover fish ‘n fun pedal powered kayak featuring the Rapid Drive Pedal System. Quick, nimble and lighter than comparable pedal kayaks, the Flash is perfect for those whose first focus is just having fun but with the option to cast a line when the time is right. And not only that, the Flash is a great kayak for fitness too! 

What makes the Flash so unique is it’s designed performance based hull based off the popular Juntos, an efficiently designed kayak, combined with the Rapid Drive Pedal System. Complete with the oversized Beaver Tail Rudder and Rapid Steering system, this pedal kayak will not only get you where you want quickly, but with accurate responsive control. Pedal power aside, the kayak is designed with comfort in mind because once you’re on, you won’t want to get off thanks to the adjustable EZ Rider seat - comfortable, lightweight and quick drying all day long.

Other features include the UNI-Track accessory attachment rail system, molded in handles, bow and stern storage area w/bungee tie downs, two rear flush mounted rod holders and the popular and ever so convenient patented Wheel in the Keel. Feature rich yet simply designed, the all-in-one pedal kayak for fun, fishing and fitness!

  • LENGTH: 11’ 2”
  • WIDTH: 30.25”
  • WEIGHT: 70 LBS*

*Please note: Weight does not include drive and seat. Specifications subject to change.

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Susan W.
United States

Love My Flash

I’ve only gotten to do one trip in my Flash, but I’m totally in love with this kayak! It is my first pedal drive and I was impressed with how easily it moved through the water with both the peddle drive and by paddling. I had no trouble pacing myself with my paddling companions. My only complaint is that the rudder control handle can’t be indexed so that it doesn’t hit the seat. I was able to partially solve that problem by removing the blue knob. I’m sure I’m going to wish it had more gear tracks when I try fishing from it, but overall I love it.