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Welcome to Chain Reaction Training (“CRT”)

Chain Reaction Training – “CRT” was established in 2003as a registered Road Cycling Coaching/Training Business.  CRT’s MISSION and MOTTO is to “turn riders into cyclists” through the ongoing development of recreational riders through CRT’s structured coaching programs.  CRT runs weekly Interval Training, Wattbike Indoor sessions, Introductory (Beginner) and Development (Intermediate) 6 Week Cycling Courses.  CRT also has a large volume of weekly riders that head out in the CRT structured groups for training and fun rides.  We have many male and female riders and everyone is welcome.

Inquire to join and train with this FUN group.  Contact Lindsay Davies-Moore- info@crtwa.com.au

 

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CRT Saturday Perth River Loop Winter Ride-35 klm p/h avg-65klms-June 1st 2013 

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2015 CRT Cycling Courses and Programme Dates

(click on the “Training” Tab for more info)

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SHE RIDES PROGRAMS x 2 COMES TO WA AND CRT 

CRT (Lindsay and Peter) are the local “She Rides” Leaders to secure this National Program initiative developed by Cycling Australia and supported by Mountain Bike Australia, AustCycle, the Amy Gillet Foundation and several state/territory cycling associations.

It is a co-ordinated riding program that targets women who want to ride for health, transport and fitness but lack the access, skills, confidence or support to make a change.

SHE RIDES TOGETHER PROGRAM (Group Riding Program)

WHAT IS SHE RIDES TOGETHER?

A group riding program to improve fitness, advance riding skills and enjoy the freedom of riding together in traffic locations and on some shared paths.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

She Rides Together is just what the name suggests, a group riding program. Sessions include a combination of longer road rides, an advancement for those who have come through our other She Rides programs (or ladies can demonstrate the skills and confidence to join this group).

While there will be a short refresher on riding, group riding, traffic skills and all the usual safety checks at the commencement of the program, She Rides Together is about group riding for longer and on more challenging routes to improve fitness levels and further develop group riding skills. Sessions will continue to educate you on everything riding, including bike maintenance and general riding information to support your ongoing riding together.

She Rides Together (Road/Traffic) is delivered over 8 x 2hr sessions in a fun, supportive, inclusive and social environment

 IS THIS PROGRAM FOR ME?

If the description below sounds like you and you want to make riding part of your everyday life, register for She Rides Together today!

“I’d like to meet other women that I can ride with who are interested in group riding and improving their fitness. I can already ride well and am not interested in riding for competition. I would like to ride in a participant event in the future”.

  • Sunday, 15th Mar to Sunday, 10th May 2015 (no session over the Easter weekend) – 7.00am to 9.00am – Kings Park location

 

SHE RIDES CONFIDENCE PROGRAM (Skills/Confidence Riding Program)

WHAT IS SHE RIDES CONFIDENCE?

A confidence building program for women looking for fitness, group riding skills and to create a social riding community of friends in traffic-free, shared path and low traffic road locations.

She Rides Confidence (Road/Traffic) is our flagship program that develops your confidence to ride on shared paths and on low traffic roads with others. Sessions include a revision of your basic riding skills before introducing you to the skills and etiquette needed to ride confidently on shared paths and venture out onto quiet roads and traffic environments.

And you won’t be alone! She Rides Confidence is all about creating a social riding community of women, so while your confidence grows, be prepared to expand your skills to ride in a group with other ladies, explore your local community in a way you never thought possible and discover local riding routes to enjoy long after the program has finished with like-minded ladies. Each week the distance, time and challenge will progress but all in a fun, supportive, inclusive and social environment.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

Being a confident rider is also about being independent. She Rides Confidence will teach you the skills you need off the bike to be self-sufficient whilst out riding. This will include learning how to clean your bike, oil the chain, transport your bike and of course, learn how to change a flat tyre! You will also enjoy a bike shop experience, visiting a local bike shop and learning about what great benefits and services your “local” can provide. She Rides Confidence (Road/Traffic) is delivered over 8 x 2hr sessions - 8 weeks.

IS THIS PROGRAM FOR ME?

If the description below sounds like you and you want to make riding part of your everyday life, register for She Rides Confidence today!

“I can ride a bike, but I’ve not ridden in quite some time. I’d like to meet other women that I can ride with in a group who have similar skills and fitness to me. I could do with a brush up on my riding skills, I’m not very fit and I would like to become more confident riding on the road”.

  • Sunday, 15th Mar to Sunday, 10th May 2015 – (no session over the Easter Weekend) – 9.30am to 11.30am – Kings Park Location

 

CRT’s NEW 2015 COURSE DATES

CRT’s 6 Week Development Cycling Course for Intermediate Level Road Cyclists

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(To attend this course you MUST have a Road Racing Bike, road cycling shoes and clipless road pedals are compulsory) 
    • Saturday, 1st Feb to Saturday, 7th Mar 2015 – 9.00am to 10.30am
    • NO DEVELOPMENT COURSE IN APRIL DUE TO EASTER AND ANZAC DAY HOLIDAYS
    • Saturday, 16th May to Saturday, 20th Jun 2015 – 9.00am to 10.30am
    • Saturday, 4th Jul to Saturday, 8th Aug 2015 – 9.00am to 10.30am
    • Saturday, 22nd Aug to Saturday, 26th Sep 2015 – 9.00am to 10.30am
    • Saturday, 17th Oct to Saturday, 21st Nov 2015 – 9.00am to 10.30am

CRT’s 6 Week Introductory Cycling Course for Beginner Level Cyclists 

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(Any type of bicycle – cycling shoes NOT compulsory eg runners are ok) 
    • Sunday, 2nd Feb to Sunday, 8th Mar 2015 - 7.30am to 9.00am – Kings Park location
    • Saturday, 21 Mar to Saturday, 2nd May 2015 – 7.00am to 8.30am (allowing for Easter – no course run that week) – Kings Park Location
    • Sunday, 17 May to Sunday, 21 Jun 2015 – 7.30am to 9.00am – Kings Park location
    • Sunday, 5th Jul to Sunday, 9 Aug 2015 – 7.30am to 9.00am – Kings Park location
    • Saturday, 17 Oct to Sunday, 21 Nov 2015 – 7.00am to 8.30am – Kings Park location

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HOLLYWOOD FUNCTIONAL REHABILITION CLINIC (HFRC)

Verdun St, Nedlands  WA

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Special Massages Services offered to CRT Members:

$77.00 – 60mins

To make an appointment call (HFRC) 9386 9961

Road Cycling Training/Coaching/Mentoring

Chain Reaction Training (CRT) run a range of programmes to help develop, up skill and improve your cycling technique as well as conduct a range of weekly rides and interval training sessions. Click on “Training” or “Rides” tab for more information that explains what CRT does.
If you have not done a great deal of road riding or lack bunch riding experience or simply need to get fitter, then it is well worth getting some friendly advice on training and speaking to one of the CRT Trainers on how to prepare and up skill for any road cycling participation event or group ride.
There are a range of recreational CRT groups rides that head out onto the road every week. These rides are a great way to meet like-minded riders, get some good riding in and gain some extra motivation by riding with others of similar ability.  A summary of the various group rides can be found under the “Rides” and “Training” tabs.
Feel free to look around and contact info@crtwa.com.au if you require further information.

CRT is associated with the following Clubs, Venues and Services

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Bicycling Western Australia - http://www.bwa.org.au/bikes-and-riding/564/
CRT Supports DC Bikes 12% discount to CRT Members
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12% discount to CRT Members
For all your bike maintenance needs, go to www.dcbikes.com.au
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Cycle My City http://www.cyclemycity.com/ is an online community built by cyclists for cyclists which CRT supports and is involved with.

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Clubs of Australia – Be a part of Life, Join a Club -  http://www.clubsofaustralia.com.au

Bicycles Network Australia

 
Bicycle Network Australia - http://www.bicycles.net.au/directory/?order=ASC&orderby=title&listing-type=coaching-training-fitting

             

HBF Stadium (Women’s Triathlon Programmes – www.venueswest.wa.gov.au

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AustCycle Teacher Accreditation Program - http://www.austcycle.com.au/

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Cycling Promotion Fund - http://www.cyclingpromotion.com.au/links/cycling-organisations/

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Accredited Coaches – Lindsay Davies-Moore and Peter Turnball - http://www.atta.asn.au/

Cycling WA

Westcycle - Accredited Coaches   http://www.wa.cycling.org.au/Development/Accredited-Coaches

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Sports Medicine Australia Membership –  http://sma.org.au/members/
Kings Park Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority – Permit For Training in Kings Park – http://www.bgpa.wa.gov.au/bookings/sport-and-fitness

 

WEATHER TERMINOLOGY

WHAT’S the difference between “rain” and “showers” in weather forecasts?  Here is a link to some interesting information which explains the forecast duration and extent of rain depending on the terminology used – see http://www.bom.gov.au/info/words/, and particularly the “wet or dry” tab.

REPORT TRAFFIC INCIDENTS

An important link for Traffic incidents can be reported on-line to the Police.  As much information reported as possible helps secure a conviction or fine.  Rego number, and witness details are especially important.   Monitoring of accident black-spots leads to funding for road safety improvements.    https://ebusiness.police.wa.gov.au/PAC/TCF/Default.aspx