Listed are the most common repairs. Please call or email for advance diagnosis to determine what parts are needed for your repairs. 562-972-6894 - email@example.com
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A: I do. Victoria.
A: I work with Concept2 as independent business owner and have done so since 2006. You can call Concept2 to verify my experience & credentials @ 802.888.7971
A: Frequency depends on the amount of use that the rowers endure and other environmental factors like climate and indoor / outdoor structures. Facilities range anywhere from quarterly to yearly maintenance.
A: Call or email or send a picture or a video and I can usually diagnose the problem based on that and provide an estimate at that point.
A: Then you pay for labor.
A: Yes, I also do bikes and barbells and can help with additional home and large gym equipment depending on make and model. Please call for a quote.
QUESTION: I'm often asked: How Did You Get Into Rower Repairs?
ANSWER: I used to own a couple of rowing studios where I ran approximately 30 classes a week. I'm pretty handy and did all the repairs myself so I became an expert real fast! I LOVE that I have a unique skill that's greatly needed! I respect all the gym owners I meet because I know exactly what you're going through. So, I'm here to serve. Thanks so much for checking me out!
For more information on my background, please click on “About” above. Thank you!
Victoria Draper is a veteran rower who has accomplished herself as an athlete, coach, and entrepreneur in the crew community.
As a walk on to the rowing team in 1994 at UC Davis, Victoria was inspired by the sport to row all four years and concurrently coached Junior Women 1997-1998 at River City Rowing Club.
After graduating, she moved back home to Oakland, CA and joined a recreational club in Oakland; Lake Merritt Rowing Club, and rowed there until moving to Long Beach, CA in 2003 to train and compete further.
In 2004, Victoria founded the indoor rowing program at the Long Beach Rowing Association, and started selling the program in 2006 to gyms around the country through her first company, Rowbics Indoor Rowing, Inc.
In 2007, Victoria became a Concept2 Master Instructor and was contracted to administer Concept2’s Training and Certification for the U.S. and Canada. She was featured in Newsweek, Shape Magazine, Sunset Magazine, and other major publications.
In 2009, she consulted on NBC’s Biggest Loser and trained contestants on the proper use of the Concept2 Indoor Rower and returned to coaching as a Women’s Novice Team at Cal State Long Beach during the 2009-2010 Season.
Since then, she launched her new company, RowFX, with a continued mission to support schools, gyms, and individuals with coaching, program consulting and equipment services.