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The Dog Days of Summer Challenge Starts August 1!
This summer challenge is an opportunity to push yourself, stay on the top of your game and help you reach your fitness goals. Earn a downloadable certificate and the option to purchase Dog Days of Summer items upon completion.
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Concept2 Juneteenth Challenge for Rowers, Skiers, and Riders
Concept2 will be donating $19,000 to charity to mark Juneteenth. For every person who signs up from the home page of their logbook, and does at least 1900m on June 19, we will donate an extra $2, up to a maximum total amount of $38,000. Note: BikeErg meters count for half the distance when applied to the challenge.
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Concept2 Summer Solstice Rowing Challenge
In honor of the longest day of the year, we invite you to participate in the Summer Solstice Challenge by completing 21,000 meters.
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2020 Concept2 World Erg Challenge
The World Erg Challenge (now in collaboration with World Rowing) runs every year from March 15–April 15. Get a team together and see how many meters you can complete!
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Week two of the Dog Days of Summer challenge hosted by Concept2 Logbook
I have been Zwifting, Zwalking, riding, and swinging this Summer. Now, I am adding my Concept2 indoor rower and SkiErg into the mix. Luckily, Concept2 allows you to do this slowly and powerfully with the Dog Days of Summer individual challenge. Better yet, it is compatible with both my erg and my SkiErg. So, I cycle between them, working hard to build my strength, fitness, and endurance.
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My messy CBreeze hack on my Model C Concept2 rowing ergometer to make it work best for me
I was having a terrible time keeping my CBreeze on the fan so I glued sloppy please rails on either side of my Concept2 Model C's fan. Really messy. Used a silicon glue. The paracord rails aren't going anywhere. No more struggling with the placement of the elastic cords. 
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