Challenges

The Dogs Days of Summer Challenge starts August 1

Jul 24, 2020

So you’ve decided to do the Dog Days of Summer challenge! This Concept2 Challenge calls for completing an increasing number of meters in each of the four weeks of August, starting with 10k the first week and ending with 40k during week four. If you’re looking for advice on how to approach an increasing meter goal each week, here are some strategies for getting those meters done. Continue Reading ›

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Recognizing Millions of Meters

Jul 17, 2020

The Concept2 Million Meter Club was started over 30 years ago. There are thousands of personal stories behind each meter, and we love sharing them.

First, how it works: Every meter you ever row, ski or ride counts! Once you count up to one million (or more) we recognize the accomplishment with certificates and prizes. There are separate Million Meter Clubs for the RowErg, SkiErg and BikeErg (meters can't be combined). And added bonus: it’s free! Continue Reading ›

A 24 Hour Ride with James Hanson

Apr 22, 2020

James Hanson is the Global Motocross Manager for Rockstar Energy Drink. He handles all of the brand's off-road motorcycle racing around the world, and loves and appreciates the fact that he is able to stay in the sport he is so passionate about. We last talked with him in our 10 Questions blog series in 2018, and checked in with him again recently after he and Australian racer, Jackson Richardson, completed 24-hours on the Concept BikeErg. Continue Reading ›

International Competition in the Spring VIII Series Heats Up

Apr 16, 2020

The Spring VIII Series was created with rowing teams in mind: when on water racing seasons were cut short this year, athletes and coaches wanted to keep training and racing. Our team challenge allows athletes to compete as crews of eight from the comforts of home in a variety of workouts over five weeks.

The top of our women’s and men’s leaderboards show that top talent rose to our new indoor challenge. We were excited to see some familiar names racing alongside rising athletes in the sport.

Vying for the top of the men’s leaderboard, the “GARAGEATHLETE” Men’s A Boat includes the recognizable name of Hamish Bond, half of the famous “Kiwi Pair”. Fellow New Zealand athletes joining Bond’s boat include Michael Brake, Silver Medalist at the 2019 World Championship (Men’s Pair) and current members training for the 2021 Tokyo Games. Continue Reading ›

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