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Beginners Program - Spring 2015 Booked Out

River Canoe Club has launched a new initiative to attract and retain new members. The River Canoe Club Beginners Program designed to give new members the skills, confidence and self sufficiency to participate in a club trip.

See www.rivercanoeclub.org/beginners for more details.

If you are a new member who would like to attend the beginners program or an experienced member would would like to help out, contact Robert beginners@rivercanoeclub.org 

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80th Birthday Photo Gallery

Aug 29 2015

Thanks to everyone who came along and made the club's 80th a huge success. A selection of photos from the event can be found here. If you have more to contribute, please upload them to This Dropbox Link 

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Wingecarribee May 2015

May 2 2015

A kayak wedged under Gary's van before we'd even got to the put in. Surely it could only get better...
Final score:
Lost paddle: 1 - John
Vertical pin: 1 - John
Swim: 1 - John

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ANZAC DAY 2015

3am paddlers stir. 5am sleeply drivers arrive Brooklyn. 5.45am kayaks slip onto dark Hawkesbury. 6am sunrise awakes. Orange light. Lions Head. Brown murky waters. Logs, debris, carnage from the week’s storms. Paddling south. Refuge Bay. Shroud of clouds. Kayaks beach. Waterfall, sandy strip, cliff face, a small plaque. Quick brew, Anzac biscuits, chat about equipment.

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Mirage 530 vs Epic 18X - Comparisons on Sydney Harbour

A while ago I watched a youtude clip http://bit.ly/1DlEExo comparing an Epic sea kayak against a more traditionally designed sea kayak.    As a new owner of a Mirage 530 IRT, I found the clip disturbing as the comparison clearly positioned the Epic ahead of the Mirage.

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