The purpose of the Fort Langley Community Rowing Club is to promote inclusive and accessible competitive and recreational rowing and sculling as a means of improving health and well-being of the members of the club, with a focus on safety and in a spirit of communication and cooperation with our partners in the rowing community and our local community.
Our coaches are ready to share their love of rowing with you!
Come row with us! FLCRC offers classes for people new to rowing, and training for rowers throughout the year:
See all program details below.
Learn to Row (classes from May to September)
This program is for all who are interested in learning to rowing - for sport or recreation - with no previous rowing experience. New rowers are instructed in the basics of rowing technique; they learn to work together as a crew to balance and move boats of various sizes. Skills are developed to allow ease of entry into more experienced rowing programs.
We offer several Learn to Row (LTR) Programs each year. Each program is 16 hours of instruction, safety education and practice to expose you to the exciting world of rowing! Once you have completed the program you can join a Novice Program to further develop your skills. When you have mastered the basic skills, you may join FLCRC as a full member. Learn to Row program spaces are limited, so register early to secure your place! Learn more or register here.
Novice Rowing Program provides a unique opportunity to continue developing your rowing skills from Learn to Row, over a six to eight week period after the completion of LTR. a portion of the cost may be credited to full membership.
Coached Rowing (February to November)
FLCRC provides certified coaches leading each session, who capably provide feedback and drills to improve technical aspects of rowing and training as well as providing safety supervision to crews as they navigate the Bedford Channel in Fort Langley. Opportunities are also available for members to train together and compete in sanctioned regattas.
Please arrive at the dock, ready to row, before the posted time, in order to organize boat orders. Learn more or register here.
Bonus activities to round out the year of training, promoting maintenance of fitness with a focus on strength and conditioning for rowers. And a fun way to stay connected with our rowing friends, working out together! Dryland training is offered from October to March.
-Wednesdays at 730 pm in the Athlete Training Centre - coach-led workouts
-Saturdays - coach led training at 9 am in the ATC
Open to all renewing and new members – included in your membership fee.Learn more or register here.
FLCRC members simply enjoy rowing. We welcome new members to row with us on the beautiful Bedford Channel, Fort Langley.
We enjoy training, improving, competing, socializing, and working together as a team. We love to introduce more people to this great lifelong sport.
Are you an experienced rower looking for a home base? Are you looking to improve your skills with coached rows? Learn more here.