Indo board Europe back Cornish charity

The fourth Joe Way Paddle for life now has another national backer, Indo board Europe who are donating prizes for the Newquay event on the 15th of September.

Joe is the inspirational little boy who touched people's lives around the country and beyond. His story of hope and fighting against all the odds has inspired people all over the world.

The 2010 event saw over 200 paddlers of all ages and abilities taking part to do their bit to raise money for their chosen charities.

Team Joe and its supporters have raised over £93,000.00 in the three years since Joe passed away aged 4. £65,000.00 has gone towards building Cornwall’s first children’s hospice which opens this year.

Adriano Roldan the UK & Eu distributor for indo board supported a Joe Way event in May which raised £500 for the Cornish blind association at the VW Run to the Sun event.

Adriano said “The Indo Board Balance Trainer is the most versatile balance board product available in the market today. Originally designed for surf balance training in the 1970's by surfer Hunter Joslin, the product's simplicity has enabled it to become a truly multifunctional fitness tool. Most importantly it is FUN”
Adriano who has just been at the Boardmasters promoting this unique way to stay fit and practice surfing visited the SKINDOG surf camp and Flowrider at Hendra Holiday Park.

All this month at the Skindog surf camp which is open to day visitors you can try out the indo board at the amazing test centre. If you enjoy it you can buy a board or enter the raffle to win your own indo board which is being drawn at the Newquay paddle.

Ben Skinner who is an Ambassador for Joe’s story said “The indo board is so much fun and it’s great to see adults and kids discovering this fun way to keep fit, it’s not just for surfers”.

Matt Way Joe’s Dad said “The indo board has been a great hit with adults and kids and the try before you buy idea at the surf camp and Flowrider is working really well. We are really grateful that Adrian and his team are supporting the Paddle and yet another global brand is supporting Joe’s story”.

Locals are welcome at the Flowrider BBQ evenings every Monday and Thursday from 4pm. You can take your own food to cook on the open BBQ, have a taster of Skindog beer donated by Skinners (for a donation to the Joe Way appeal), try one of the many indo boards or get wet and wild on the Flowrider. Parking is free and it takes place on Hendra Holiday Park

To take part in the Joe Way Newquay Paddle for life or to see what happened at last years event go to to book at the Skindog surf camp go to {|} to see what the indo board is all about go to {|}