Saskatoon Cycles January 2023 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles January 2023 Newsletter

Winterruption 2023 Winterruption is a multi-day, multi-venue arts and culture festival that’s intended to get Saskatonians outside and enjoying their winter environment. With captivating concerts, exclusive film screenings, outdoor activities, and so much more, Winterruption has something fun for everyone. It runs from January 26 – 29, 2023. Saskatoon Cycles is participating with a free…

Saskatoon Cycles November 2022 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles November 2022 Newsletter

Annual General Meeting 2022 Saskatoon Cycles held its 12th AGM on Wednesday, November 9, 2022. In addition to getting necessary organizational housekeeping done, these meetings are an important time to review the year’s accomplishments and challenges, connect with membership, and look forward to the year ahead. AGM 2022 delivered on all counts. Highlights from this…

Alert! City of Saskatoon Engagement Opportunities for cycling infrastructure!

Alert! City of Saskatoon Engagement Opportunities for cycling infrastructure!

Right now is a great time to have your voice heard when it comes to expanding active transportation infrastructure in Saskatoon. The City is currently seeking feedback on two projects, both of which could improve safety and connectivity for all who walk or roll Saskatoon without a car. Please take some time to call for…

Saskatoon Cycles March 2022 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles March 2022 Newsletter

Pedal Poll 2022: Get Ready! VĂ©lo Canada Bikes is currently organizing the Pedal Poll for 2022 to take place during the week of June 6-12th. This promises to be an expanded version of 2021’s first-ever national bike count, and Saskatoon Cycles intends to participate again. Please watch for requests for volunteer counters! Some background: in…

Keep Rolling event: by community, for  community

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…

#BYXEWeek starts Monday!

#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…

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