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23rd St. Separated Bike Lane Opens July 15, 2015

  Come join Saskatoon Cycles at the City of Saskatoon's official opening of the 23rd St Separated Bike Lanes! When: Wednesday, July 15th, 11am Where: Civic Square (between City Hall and the Library) Let's show how much we appreciate this big step in the right direction in building safer cycling infrastructure for those who choose [...]

More Bike Parking Needed Today, Not in 2 Years

Friday, May 8, 2015 Saskatoon Cycles Address the Parking Meter Conversion Pilot Project Report to City Council Saskatoon Cycles is of the opinion that the amount of replacement bike parking and the timing of the proposed pilot project are entirely inadequate to address an immediate and growing need for places for locking bikes in our [...]

Saskatoon Cycles Responds to Mayor’s Comments on Bike Lanes

(March 10, 2015) Saskatoon Cycles was encouraged by the support Saskatoon’s separated bike lane demonstration project received from the Transportation Committee of City Council on March 9th, in which all City Councillors present voted in favour of forwarding the proposed project to the next City Council meeting for approval. Mayor Don Atchison was the only [...]

Bike Boulevards and other devices used in Vancouver

The city of Vancouver has an excellent system of Bike Boulevards; which they call “Bikeways.” Here is a great article by Matthew Blackett with pictures and descriptions of some Bike Boulevard features. Article and photos taken from Spacing Toronto VANCOUVER — Riding my bike through Vancouver has made me aware of some of the traffic [...]

Alberta’s Legacy Trail to expand through Canmore

Article, photos and video sourced from CBC Alberta News  CBC News Posted: Sep 13, 2013 3:18 PM MT Last Updated: Sep 13, 2013 4:10 PM MT The popular Legacy Trail bike path through Banff National Park is expanding past the park boundaries. Canmore residents celebrated the opening of their own connection to Banff National Park today — a new stretch running [...]

Track Your Rides!

Saskatoon Cycles is in the process of organizing a summit around cycling in the city. The event will serve to produce a strategic document highlighting multi-year priorities for cycling infrastructure development with the end goal being a comprehensive cycling network for commuting by bicycle in Saskatoon. This event will bring together a variety fo stakeholders, [...]