Welcome to Chain Reaction Training (“CRT”)
CRT Saturday Perth River Loop Winter Ride-35 klm p/h avg-65klms-June 1st 2013
2014 CRT Cycling Course/Programme Dates
(click on the “Training” Tab for more info)
“CRT” - 4 Week Live Lighter Cyclo Sportif Training Course -
For all new and novice riders to Cyclo Sportif wanting to learn more about Group Riding in a Cyclo Sportif event structure (get your ride buddies together, minimum of 4 riders or maximum of 9 riders to do this course) – please enquire now when the next training Course starts for BWA Cyclo Sportif 2014 events – email@example.com
2014 CRT’s 6 Week Development Course for Intermediate Road Cyclists
(To attend this course you MUST have a Road Racing Bike, road cycling shoes and clipless road pedals are compulsory)
CURRENT COURSE – Sat 5th Oct to (course has been extended and will now finish – Sat 23rd Nov 2013
Sat 8th Feb to Sat 15th Mar 2014
Sat 3rd May to Sat 7th Jun 2014
Sat 5th Jul to Sat 9th Aug 2014
Sat 20th Sep to Sat 25th Oct 2014
Sat 8th Nov to Sat 13th Dec 2014
2014 CRT’s 6 Week Introductory Cycling Course for Beginner Cyclists
(Any type of bicycle – cycling shoes NOT compulsory eg runners are ok)
Sun 9th Feb to Sun 16th Mar 2014
Sun 4th May to Sun 8th Jun 2014
Sun 6th Jul to Sun 10th Aug 2014
Sun 21st Sep to Sun 26th Oct 2014
Sun 9th Nov to Sun 14th Dec 2014
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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further information.
CRT is associated with the following Clubs, Venues and Services
Bicycling Western Australia - http://www.bwa.org.au/bikes-and-riding/564/
Cycle My City http://www.cyclemycity.com/ is an online community built by cyclists for cyclists which CRT supports and is involved with.
Clubs of Australia – Be a part of Life, Join a Club - http://www.clubsofaustralia.com.au
Bicycle Network Australia – http://www.bicycles.net.au/directory/?order=ASC&orderby=title&listing-type=coaching-training-fitting
Challenge Stadium (Women’s Triathlon Programmes – www.venueswest.wa.gov.au
AustCycle Teacher Accreditation Program - http://www.austcycle.com.au/
Cycling Promotion Fund - http://www.cyclingpromotion.com.au/links/cycling-organisations/
Accredited Coaches – Lindsay Davies-Moore and Peter Turnball – http://www.atta.asn.au/
Westcycle - Accredited Coaches http://www.wa.cycling.org.au/Development/Accredited-Coaches
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
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