Richmond Bridge Boat Club is where all the fun along the river starts.
No worries if you’ve never held an oar in your life – we’re a friendly bunch who will teach you all you need to know.
And if you happen to already be a rower – then come along and enjoy the company of our vibrant, experienced rowers.
Check out our video to see how it all started and get a taste of the club’s activities…
A taste of the events and races we take part in…
Eel Pie Row
Social race around the island by The White Swan pub in Twickenham
Oxbridge Watermens Challenge
Annual race from Chiswick Pier to the finish line of the Universities Boat Race
Escorting the Thames Royal Shallop 'Jubilant' from Hampton Court Palace to the Tower of London
Great River Race
London's River Marathon - 21 miles from Docklands to Ham House
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Well, as ever, the Richmond Bridge Boat Club has been a hive of activity and events since our new committee came on board in March and it has been an…
Tudor Pull next Sunday 23 April – help needed in the clubhouse The Tudor Pull is next Sunday 23 April when over 20 boats will follow the Royal Rowbarge Gloriana…
1st April 2017, 4pm until late – RBBC Clubhouse The celebrations start with our annual AGM where we will be updating you on the club’s progress over the last year…
This is such a great club with members from all walks of life and from a range of different countries, giving it a nice international spin. At one point one of our members was having his birthday and we were singing 'happy birthday' while rowing on the Thames in 4 different languages:)Melanie Ehren
RBBC consists of a great bunch of people who do different jobs, from varied backgrounds and, have many commitments but all are united in the fact whatever time you row - morning or night - when you get on the river you become one with the rhythm of the boat, the natural surroundings and get exercise to boot!Patty Pann
Rowing on the Thames is fabulous: the views from the river are amazing and keep changing as you move across the water, the tide comes in, the sun sets... the boats themselves are authentic and beautiful, the exercise is good for your physical and the pub stops for your mental health and the connections you make with fellow rowers are the cherry on the pie.Soetkin Van Der Poten