The safety of your rowing club members, of your athletes, is of the utmost importance. They’re your reason for being and for doing what you do as a club. Boathouses are one of the places a rowing athlete can get hurt the most and that’s because there can be loose heavy objects and slippery surfaces […]
For this blog post we’re going back to basics for boathouse safety. We love innovating boathouses for maximum safety and efficiency, but at the end of the day if you haven’t covered the little things then the bigger innovations aren’t as effective. So here’s our short list of boathouse safety basics we feel every club […]
Now comes the tricky part in Part 3 of our series for towing rowing boats and equipment with trailers. It’s a different kettle of fish altogether because rowing equipment is often awkwardly shaped and quite heavy when loaded.
Cornering: beware of being tipped over
Turning corners gets more difficult with heavier and bigger vehicles. There’re two important […]
Isn’t it annoying when your electronic rowing equipment goes missing? Even more rage-inducing is when you take it out onto the water just to realise it’s out of battery!
Don’t let these things happen again. Instead, store and charge your rowing electronics in one special place using a Rechargeable Security Storage Box.
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Transporting rowing equipment can be a hassle, especially when flying is involved. With so many rules and regulations (not to mention disclaimers when damage to the equipment occurs) it can mean the difference between a smooth trip and an absolute nightmare arriving without your gear. Not to worry though! In this post we’re covering the […]
In 2014 we’ll be bringing you more information on what makes SSRS brilliant and unique. Not to blow our own trumpet but many of our products have revolutionised the way rowing sheds operate and have bought success and speed to rowing clubs around the world. This month’s product feature […]
Portable rowing pontoons (also known as docks or temporary bridges) are one of many ways to get rowers onto the water. They act as platforms to launch off of and return to from the water. It only makes sense then that rowing clubs invest in pontoons to get the most out of their rowing, […]
Daunting as it is, a coach’s first time attending and coaching for an international regatta could be much nicer. We had a talk with rowing coach Grant Craies about his time with the University of Otago Rowing Club in New Zealand where he took crews to race in China.