Women on Track is a woman only track cycling program. It is designed and delivered by Cycling Australia Accredited Coaches. The program provides an inclusive environment for women ranging from complete beginners to those who ride a bike more regularly.
The Women on Track program has been a huge success in its first 9 months. In the future, the program is going to include Bike Skills sessions on closed roads, sessions for beginners and intermediate riders on the outdoor Chandler Velodrome, as well as a women’s priority Open Track Session.
Want to get involved?
The Women on Track Program has something for everyone. Are you looking at refreshing your bike handling skills? Or perhaps you are wanting to try Track Cycling for the very first time? Maybe you have experience on the Track and are looking to attend Women Priority Coach Lead Track Training Sessions?
Women’s Bike Skills Sessions:
Not ready to try the Velodrome yet? Are you interested in developing your bike handling skills on a closed road? The Women on Track program is now going to include skills sessions held on the criterium circuit at Nundah and Murrarie Criterium Tracks. These sessions are inclusive of all ages, shapes, sizes and levels of fitness.
5 Week Track Cycling Program:
Are you interested in trying out track cycling? Are you wanting to work towards your Track Cycling Accreditation? Or maybe you are just wanting to try something different to keep fit? Then the Women on Track Sessions at the outdoor Chandler Velodrome are for you! The Coaches will assist, teach and guide you around the velodrome. This session is all about learning the skills that are required in Track Cycling, you will develop your skill set throughout the sessions.
Women on Track Open Track Sessions:
Are you a competent Track Cyclists? Are you Accredited at the Anna Meares Velodrome? Are you interested in coach led training sessions? The Women on Track program now has it’s own Women’s Priority Open Track Session. Each session will be coach led, with structured training personalised for the group to further improve and develop their riding and racing skills on the track. These sessions require athletes to be Accredited riders of the Anna Meares Velodrome.
If you aren’t an Accredited rider, you might want to consider attending the Women on Track sessions on the Chandler Velodrome or attend a handful of Come & Try’s.
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