June 6 started out gray, but the sun came out in time to welcome a record 75 participants to our National Learn To Row Day event.
EBRC’s annual trip up to the Covered Bridge Regatta in Eugene, OR, was a delight, as always.
Each year, our boathouse neighbors Berkeley High Crew host the 510 Sprints on our very own Oakland Estuary. This year, the Jackets added a masters scrimmage, growing this to a 2-day event.
Winter training is in full swing and the first sprint races are right around the corner. This year, our Oakland Tech Bulldogs will kick off EBRC’s season at the Pacific Novice Invitational on Lake Merced.
(Featured as the row2k Picture of the Day on February 6, 2015.)
Ugh. Average pre-sunrise temps at the boathouse these days hover in the low- to mid-40s.
Looking for a little adventure to kick off 2015? How about learning to row? Come on down to the boathouse on Sunday, January 11, for our first Learn to Row (LTR) of the year.
EBRC wrapped up its fall racing season with a strong showing at Head of the Lagoon in Foster City, CA, on November 9.
East Bay Rowing Club took a full trailer to Lake Natoma to compete in seven races at this year’s Head of the American.
This marks the third year that EBRC has participated in the Head of the Charles Regatta.
Westech Roofing and Bay View Materials are partnering to sponsor the East Bay Rowing Club master’s men and Oakland Tech juniors in the purchase of a new (to us, that is) 8+ racing shell to share. This gift totals $10,000! One donor offers this donation challenge: If we can raise $2,500 over the next 30 days, the donor will…