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How much space do you need for a RipRow?

How much space do you need for a RipRow?

I was wondering if you have dimensions for the RipRow that you could share? The room I would like to put it in is relatively small and the ceilings have pipes that may cause issues depending on where I put it. Want to make sure it will work before I make the leap!

Dave W

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Dave!

Thanks for reaching out.

The RipRow base is 2 feet wide x 3 feet long. When you’re using the machine, you’ll need about 18 inches in front of you to allow the handlebars to move. So the resting footprint is 2 x 3 feet, and the working footprint is 2 by 4.5 feet.

The top of the deck is 7 inches off the ground. If you add 7 inches to your height, that's how much headroom you need. 

You can store the RipRow on its side leaning against a wall. In this case, the footprint is about 2 x 2 feet. 

You can use the quick-release kit to break the RipRow down even smaller.

Rip(Row) it up!

Lee

 

 

1 comment

Oct 29, 2019 • Posted by Stefan

Hi Lee

When packaged and shipped by the shipping agent what dimensions and weight will the package have?

Consisting of Rip row, Saddle, peddles?

I‘m asking because I‘m thinking of checking in the package on a flight back to europe.

Thanks
Stefan

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