Borrowed from Lane Cover River Kayakers Link to the original Lane Cove article See this link to NSW government document Road Transport (Mass, Loading and Access) Regulation 2005 and to the later Road Transport (General) Amendment (Mass, Loading and Access) Regulation 2015 (accessed 15 Oct 2017) both of which have near identical wording I suggest keeping a printed copy in your car. Bear inRead More →

Race Report: Gareth Stokes Last weekend saw the 4th round of the PaddleNSW Marathon series hosted by Lane Cove River Kayakers. The event was the feature doubles round and was also the State doubles Championships. For the division 1 Paddlers the distance was extended to 25km with the other divisions remaining at their usual distances.  The doubles round is a great opportunity to getRead More →

For the first paddle of the Paddle Pals group, Sara and I paddled from Grays Point to Audley today. We had a great time. Here are some photos if you wan to put them on the website to advertise my group. I know its not an official group, but I would like it if you put it on the websiteRead More →

Club member, Kerrie Davies is keen to find like minded social paddlers who are keen to paddle on a Sunday from the club around 5k with rest stops, taking drinks and a snack, and enjoying the beautiful area where we are fortunate to have our club. If you are interested please contact Kerrie on email: cherrypips4@gmail.com or if you like see meRead More →

It had been many years since Sue and I had competed at Lane Cove but with thanks to Annette for opening the club for us on Sunday, we were able to attend the doubles round. We had memories of parking a long way from the start and carrying heavy doubles a long way until finally reaching a mangrove covered startingRead More →

A lesson in applied physics for paddlers who don’t want to spend winter swimming beside their boats Trivia: the connection between movements of the head and counter movements in posture was a major breakthrough by the artists of the Rennaisance period.Read More →

At the risk of giving away a few secrets, here’s a map showing the different paths you might choose depending on the tide. You can select different courses on the map to see which one suits the conditions on the day. It’s worth noting that the low tide course is around 100 metres shorter, which is around 30 seconds forRead More →