Saskatoon Cycles January 2022 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles January 2022 Newsletter

Ice Cycle 2022 Join us! Whether you’re a seasoned winter cyclist, or cold weather hesitant, this ride’s for you. Click here for details. Thinking about transportation with a “C.A.R.” framework By James Arnold, board member, Saskatoon Cycles James Arnold offers a new way to look at the way you navigate your city, and shows you…

Saskatoon Cycles December 2021 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles December 2021 Newsletter

Happy Ending of 2021! by Kira Judge, co-chair, Saskatoon Cycles It is always meaningful to reflect on the previous year by celebrating the growth and learning one has experienced. Saskatoon Cycles has so much to be grateful for in 2021, despite the challenges of the pandemic and climate change realities we all faced as Earthlings….

Saskatoon Cycles November 2021 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles November 2021 Newsletter

The Reality of Obstacles: Keep Rolling, COP26, Winter Cycling and AT Infrastructure by Kira Judge, co-chair, Saskatoon Cycles If you are like me, there’s an internal debate around whether to head outside when the temperatures get below freezing. One part of my brain tells me it’s cold and miserable; the other tells me I’ll be…

Saskatoon Cycles August 2021 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles August 2021 Newsletter

Finding new friends through 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 a veteran volunteer…

Saskatoon Cycles June 2021 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles June 2021 Newsletter

Provincial regulations on e-bikes With increasing numbers of e-bikes around the city, Saskatoon Cycles would like to remind our members and #yxe citizens generally that there are provincial regulations in place that specify the physical characteristics of a “legal” e-bike: specifically, that the motor cannot exceed 500 watts, it must be pedal assist (not a…

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