RaceRunning QLD Come and Try
Ever wanted to try RaceRunning?
BLK Performance Centre are hosting a training session and come and try at the athletics track on:
When: Saturday 16th November
Address: 1 Sports Dr, Runaway Bay QLD 4216
RaceRunning is an innovative sport for disabled people with impaired balance. A RaceRunner is a custom-built tricycle without pedals. The first RaceRunner was constructed in Denmark in 1991.
RaceRunning is an accessible sport for people with cerebral palsy, and any disability that impacts mobility. RaceRunning gives people who usually mobilise in an electric wheelchair, a manual wheelchair or in a walker the ability to move by themselves and experience the feeling of running.
RaceRunning QLD invites people with a disability, their families, medical professionals, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, sport scientists and anyone interested in checking out this sport along for the morning.
Please note, there will be no presentations on the day, just an opportunity to try out the bikes, kindly loaned for the day by Deejay Medical- there may be a wait to trial a bike that fits your size but we have lots of people on hand to talk to and fit you to the bike! If you already have a RaceRunner, you are welcome to bring it along and train with the group!
Do you need more information? Contact Emma Beckman on firstname.lastname@example.org for info about RaceRunning in QLD or contact email@example.com if you need info about the venue. Parking and access is well sign-posted from the entrance.