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2021 Annual General Meeting

Join us for our 2021 AGM, coming up on Wednesday, November 3rd. Meeting Agenda: Call to order Review minutes of last Annual General Meeting Business arising from the minutes Board…
Cathy Watts in her yard

Slow Roll in memory of Cathy Watts

Please join us Wednesday night for a ride in remembrance of Cathy Watts, Saskatoon Cycles’s long-time leader and tireless advocate for a more bike-friendly Saskatoon. We’re encouraging people to start…

Finding new friends through Saskatoon Cycles

By Kira Judge, Co-Chair, Saskatoon Cycles If you are new to Saskatoon, volunteering for Saskatoon Cycles events is one of the best ways to find like-minded, self-empowered, self-reliant, and open-minded friends. Way back in 2007 when Robert and I were new to Saskatoon, we found our best friend Blaine through a cycling event. He is…

We need your help with Bike Valet at the Jazz Festival, Taste of Saskatchewan

We still have volunteer shifts to fill at SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival and Taste of Saskatchewan. We will be providing bike parking and security starting today and running until August 15th. It would be great if you can work a shift (or two). We need your help, whether you’re a seasoned Bike Valet volunteer or…

Book Review: Back on Your Bike

By Johanna Bergerman, Saskatoon Cycles board member One upside of COVID-19 restrictions has been the renewed interest in biking; some people, including author Allan Anderson, call it a “Bike Boom.” Cycling, according to Anderson is a “magic bullet” that achieves so many positive things in such a simple way.  It has taken COVID for many…

9 Mile Legacy Brewing hosting this week’s Hot Drinks Outside meetup

Long-time Friends of Cycling sponsor, 9 Mile Legacy Brewing, will be our meeting spot for this week’s edition of Hot Drinks Outside tomorrow from 2pm to 4pm Hot Drinks Outside is our weekly opportunity to meet — in a socially distanced, masked manner in accordance to public health regulations — and to celebrate all that…

Book review: Cycling for Sustainable Cities

by Johanna Bergerman, Board Member, Saskatoon Cycles Cycling for Sustainable Cities edited by Ralph Buehler and John Pucher published by MIT Press 2021 (available at Saskatoon Public Library) This book is a timely read in a soon-to-be post-pandemic world that is ready for substantive changes to urban living. The editors of this book, Ralph Buehler…

#BYXEWeek starts Monday!

#BYXEWeek starts Monday! We are SO excited to be working with the City of Saskatoon on a new, physically-distanced approach to Bike To Work Day this spring. Rather than visiting commuter stations during one morning, we encourage you to get out and explore Saskatoon by bike anywhere, anytime, and all week! Commit to riding your…