FCRA MASTERS PROGRAM
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Adult Rowing

The learn to row class is encouraged if you're new to rowing and wish to move on to private coaching and/or membership.

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This three day class will acquaint you with the sport of rowing, stroke, safety and terminology.

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The learn to row is one of our club's biggest fundraisers and keeps us up and running to support our mission to promote rowing to the Northern Colorado community and teach juniors rowing and skills that translates to a positive life.

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About our Learn to Row program

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Once you sign up and pay for your selected session, you will receive an email from FCRA closer to the start of the session to confirm and offer more detail.

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What to wear: Comfortable (not baggy) athletic clothing. Although we have a launching dock, please come with the understanding that you will get wet. Wear shoes that you don't mind getting wet. Sunscreen and hats are recommended. Also, it's important to bring drinking water.

County parking permit: If you don't have a parks pass, please stop at the parking pay station to purchase a day pass.

All sessions will be held at our private dock located at Inlet Bay Marina at Horsetooth Reservoir.  Each class will run about 2 hours per day.

 

2022 Learn to row

All classes are held Friday 6-8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 7-9 a.m.  Please make a note that Friday's class is in the evening.

 

Cost: $250

Dates:

May 20-22 (SOLD OUT), June 10-12 (SOLD OUT), June 24-26, July 8-10, Aug 12-14, and Sept 9-11

Participants can row for 2 weeks following their Learn to Row class before becoming a member. There will be dedicated times setup during the 2 week trial - all days/times will be setup after each Learn to Row class.

 

Safety

The water at Horsetooth is extremely cold in spring and early summer. All rowing activity is at the rower’s risk. If a situation doesn’t feel right, either do not row or if you are rowing, get off the water ASAP. Safety is everyone’s responsibility.  

Please watch this video that talks about rowing and water safety.

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