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Cycle commuting tips from three veteran Saskatoon riders (#BYXE Week 2021)

Next week (May 17-21) is Bike to Work Week in Saskatoon. If you’ve been toying with the idea of riding more — maybe to work, or to run errands — this post is for you. Saskatoon’s Lynne Meredith, Holly Ann Knott, and Robert Judge are seasoned experts when it comes to getting to and from…

2020 Annual General Meeting

Our Board of Directors invites you to participate in the Saskatoon Cycles 2020 Annual General Meeting, Tuesday, November 10th at 7 p.m. on Zoom. The event will feature reports, presentations,…

3 easy steps to ensure your child’s bike helmet fits properly

The following is a guest post submitted by Cara Zukewich, Child Injury Prevention Program Coordinator, Saskatchewan Prevention Institute The research evidence is clear about the importance of children using bicycle helmets when cycling. Head injuries, with the potential for death or long-term disability, are a particularly serious outcome of cycling-related incidents. Bicycle helmets protect against head,…

Explore Saskatoon with Bike Bingo!

Want to get to know Saskatoon better, and see how much fun it is to get around town by bicycle? Then join our big game of Bike Bingo! Here’s how to play: Download the Bingo cards here and print a paper copy. There’s a regular version and a kids/family version. Or save the images on…

Show your support for Saskatoon businesses who are “Friends of Cycling”

Bike Doctor and 9 Mile Legacy Brewing are the first businesses in town to show their support for the work of Saskatoon Cycles by becoming official Friends of Cycling sponsors. Our new sponsorship program recognizes Saskatoon companies and businesses that share our passion for making cycling safer and more accessible for all. And we, in…

Guidance for cycling during COVID-19 pandemic

Up to date as of April 10/2020 Is it okay to ride my bike right now?  Yes, but be sure to adhere to the physical distancing rules (2-metre separation) set out by Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer.  If you do ride, be safe out there. Now’s not the time to take a spill and end…

Ride of Silence

NOTE: THIS EVENT IS ON HOLD PENDING DIRECTION FROM SASKATCHEWAN’S CHIEF MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER. On Wed. May 20th at 7 PM, please consider joining cyclists across Canada and globally, in…

Lands of Lost Borders: Reading by Kate Harris

Put a hold in your calendar: Author Kate Harris will be at the University of Saskatchewan March 4 for two public events. She will do a reading and discussion about her book Lands…