We are all too familiar with the struggles and anguish associated with rowing. So for a change, we thought we would focus our attention on some of the light-hearted and humorous facets of our favorite love-to-hate past-time.
There is often a substantial opportunity cost associated with removing conventional wing riggers in order to maximize the storage space in the boathouse. Many athletes and crews will argue the time taken to dismantle each boat after the session comes at a high price for the amount of space gained.
How much space is gained from […]
Do you know of any good guidelines for carrying sculling boats on the roof of cars with/ without a full sculling rack? There has been an incident at our club as the bowball was tied down to the bumper and the strap worked loose and came undone and then got caught under a wheel […]
There might only be two kinds of rowers in the world: those who have slept through morning practice, and those who will sleep through it,someday. Getting up for a morning practice outing is always a hard grind, and there is no end of distractions, good and bad, that keep weary rowers from actually turning in a […]
It’s your first time running a maintenance check on your shell, but you are new to rowing and don’t quite understand what everything is, or does yet. Let Space Saver teach you rowing boat maintenance in our simple guide.
The coach isn’t expecting you to pull the boat apart and rebuild it brand new, but you […]
If your rowing club has any number of wing rigger boats, you’ll be familiar with the struggle of fitting multiple boats into the available boathouse space. If you use quick-release wing riggers and put two singles or doubles on a rack, then storing the riggers is your new problem. Their burly dimensions make them challenging to store efficiently, […]
If you’re travelling far afield for your club regattas this season, it pays to know the best ways to get your equipment there in one piece and to maximise your potential trailer space. Our friends at RowIntel have some great tips and resources that will make travelling on race day a breeze!
The following covers a range […]
Are we there yet??
That is the second worst question you can ask on a trailer drive, the first is “What state do you think the other half of the boat is in?”. Some reading this may have plentiful experience in driving large things long distances and on winding roads, and some may be reading this […]