Concept 2 Rowing Machine Adaptive Seats

3 Jun

I’ve already compiled a catalogue of adaptive rowing seats that I have found and pretty much all of those can be adapted for use an a rowing machine as well. But there is also a range of adaptive seats made just for rowing seat. Concept 2 features its own mini-catalogue of its own offerings as well as a number of third-party ones at “Adapting the Indoor Rower”.

As it happens, Regatta For the Disabled (RFD) recently announced that as a part of their 10th Anniversary celebration, with the support of Henley Bridge Rotary, they are sponsoring 12 FREE Memberships at Henley Leisure Centre (which has made a major investment in adaptive equipment) for disabled athletes in the area. The further example of adaptive rowing machine seats was featured on the machine that they recently acquired and was featured at the RFD launch event. To apply for consideration email Info@regattaforthediabled.org for an application form.

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    • Actually, an “adaptive indoor rower” is 2 things – (1) an conventional Concept2 indoor rowing machine (which tend to retail between £500 used to over £1500 new), and (2) an adaptive seat which fits onto the rowing machine. This post lists the various adaptive seat I have found and you can click on the links to see if you can order one. If you will want a fixed (not sliding) model that has both leg and chest straps. See what is available (they not a high volume item and so many times inventory can be low), and if you have any questions about which option to select, feel free to come back to me and I will help in any way I can.

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