Small Boat Races

Spring and Fall Events

The FLCC Fall Small – Small Boat Race
Saturday, October 28

The spectacular golden colours of the fall season offer a crisp setting for your race day in historic Fort Langley BC. This is a flatwater 10-12 Kilometre loop up the Fraser and around Brae Island. It is a race for any and all paddlers. 

The river is at its most pleasant and welcoming stage with flow and currents at its calmest. Afterwards, Fort Langley’s many establishments offer you time to eat and shop. Take your family and friends and enjoy the historic charms of Fort Langley after you post your personal best.

Register online or register on race day

  • 8:45 Registration – We will be up early to get coffee ready
  • 9:30 Pre Race Meeting
  • 10:00 Race
  • 11:45 Awards / Prizes

Length – 10-12 km.  We usually go around Brae Island but length and course will be finalised on the day of the race to adjust for weather and river conditions.

CORA Sanctioned – It is a Canadian Outrigger Racing Association Race (CORA) sanctioned race. You will need to be a CORA member for the day – Purchase a one day membership here. It covers us all with good insurance.

All small human powered boat types are welcome

Parking and boat Launch – There is a range of parking and launching sites available – Brae Island, Marine Park, FLCC Sport Dock. Many paddlers park near registration and set up their boats on the grassy entrance to the docks. Parking at Brae Island and then paddling over to the sport dock is also a good option.

All Ages & Categories

Cost – $30 Adult / $15 (19 and under)

Awards and Prizes

Race Day Schedule

Food and Refreshments – We will have something light, warm, and yummy before and after the race.

Questions: Ask Jim –

    Registration Requirements

      • An annual or single day CORA membership – Complete it online.
      • A signed waiver at registration
      • A small boat 
      • A paddle
      • An approved PFD – on you or near you in your boat.
      • A capacity to recover from a capsize – though two to three safety boats will be about.
      • A big smile because this is fun!