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Getting to know the Saskatoon Cycles board of directors: Gordon Holtslander

As a non-profit, Saskatoon Cycles relies on the generous efforts of its volunteers. One of the ways you can contribute to and help shape the direction of our work is by becoming a member of our Board of Directors. At our AGM on November 3rd, 2021 three people joined our Board. The first we’ll introduce…

“Any Day on My Bike Is a Good Day!”

Anne Hanson rides her bike almost every day of the year, so if you take her motto to heart, most of her days are good ones. At seventy four years of age, that’s a lot of good days. Jason Hanson is her son, and Saskatoon Cycle’s new Operations Manager. by Jason Hanson, Saskatoon Cycles When…

Get your Tees for Christmas giving

The new Saskatoon Cycles “Bike Your City” tees are going to be ordered TOMORROW, Wednesday, November 10. These will be in your hands to wrap and put under the tree in time for Christmas. So don’t wait! Order one for everyone in the family. Men’s, Women’s and Children’s sizes are available. Order yours today!

Inaugural Keep Rolling event a success

by Kira Judge, co-chair, Saskatoon Cycles Thank you to everyone who supported our inaugural Keep Rolling event on October 16th. The weather was fantastic and the site was magic with the view of the South Saskatchewan river – our city’s pride and beauty. On top of the gorgeous day, I was constantly reminded of Shakespeare’s…

We’re hiring: Operations Manager

Position is filled: November 1, 2021 If you want to help make Saskatoon a more cycling friendly city for people of all ages and abilities, this is the job for you.  We are recruiting a new operations manager.  This role includes a mix of social media management, writing in support of projects and grants, media…

Keep Rolling event: by community, for community

By Kira Judge, Co-Chair, Saskatoon Cycles Mark your calendar! On October 16th 2021 we — along with our community partners — are hosting the inaugural Keep Rolling event at the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site from 2 pm to 5 pm. Here’s why: In June 2021 Saskatoon Cycles participated in the first-ever national bike count event…

Bike restoration project a father-daughter labour of love

by Greg Basky For Saskatoon teen Layne Heuchert, a routine errand with her dad this spring led to a pandemic project that has brought the two of them closer together — and a vintage bicycle back to life. “I went to the metal scrap yard (BN Steel and Metals) with dad one day on a…

Keep Rolling event

On October 16th Saskatoon Cycles — together with its community partners Bridge City Bicycle Coop and Saskatoon Open Door Society — is hosting the inaugural Keep Rolling event. This all ages/all abilities workshop, which is aimed…