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Welcome Bair Island Aquatic Center (BIAC) Paddlers and Rowers

This is your dashboard for posting and viewing team notes, upcoming events, rowing and paddling sign-ups, boat maintenance topics, member contact information, volunteer tasks, party dates, and more.

The site is a collaborative work-in-progress and everyone can contribute. Please have a look around, try out the sign-up pages, and give us your feedback. If you would like to work more directly with the site design and content, we welcome volunteers!

See Flow Restoration for a map and more information!

Contact info@gobair.org for questions, or help with budget proposals  

Article by Laura Steuer, Laurafs@juno.com

Men go to Nationals, summer camps - spread the news! 

(click above to view photos from picasaweb.google.com/BIACPhotos)
To upload photos, see the sidebar for Navigation.  

click above to read the presentation and election results!

Could you help us get sponsors with these companies?  Click below!


Got Sculling Skills?
Mike Sullivan teaches basics on Wednesdays 6am and 6pm; email Mike at sul@slac.stanford.edu.

Ready to Fine Tune Your Sculling Skills?  Jenifer Aguirre offers instruction on most Sunday mornings. Contact Norm at norm@normannewhouse.com to join a class.

More info for scullers is on the sidebar: "Scullers Group".

Watch Doug Kreitz' PR video on BIAC. http://www.gobair.org/about/pr.html


Recent Announcements

  • Be Safe! Fog and Cold Weather Precautions Hi all,Please review aquatic safety recommendations at BIAC:Fog:  100 meters visibility (our ramp to Docktown boats), this is a USRowing rule; fog can quickly roll in!  If you ...
    Posted Jan 15, 2013, 10:50 PM by Patricia Worthington
  • Warning - poles in Smith Slough! Hi all,An update on Corkscrew & Smith Slough construction:There are PVC pipes running down the middle of the slough on the way to the airport - it would be easy ...
    Posted Jan 15, 2013, 10:49 PM by Patricia Worthington
  • Photos and articles - masters and juniors, rowers and paddlers! Hi all,More great BIAC regatta photos at BIAC albums - thanks to Dan Mannisto, David Madison, Heidi Schley, John Young and others for taking and sharing the photos!  Our new ...
    Posted Jan 15, 2013, 10:48 PM by Patricia Worthington
  • Regatta photos and video! Hi All,Congratulations to all for a very well run regatta!!!  The months of preparation paid off, with smooth registration, popular booths, a plethora of raffle options, new food options ...
    Posted Jan 15, 2013, 10:47 PM by Patricia Worthington
  • 21st BIAC Fall Regatta Greeting Members of BIAC, Norcal, and Friends of BIAC  What a day we had for the 21st BIAC Fall Regatta!  Mother Nature gave us clear skies, flat water, and ...
    Posted Jan 15, 2013, 10:46 PM by Patricia Worthington
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Bair Island Aquatic Center (BIAC) is a nonprofit community in Silicon Valley focused on human-powered water sports such as rowing, sculling, paddling, and dragon boating. BIAC offers year-round competitive and recreational programs to our beginning class graduates and to experienced rowers or paddlers, and Learn to Row sessions throughout the summers. Located in Redwood City, CA; BIAC provides protected access to the water surrounding  Bair Island, the largest remaining restorable  wetlands in the South San Francisco Bay. Please visit BIAC website for club information available to the general public: http://www.gobair.org