Saskatoon Cycles March 2022 Newsletter
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Saskatoon Cycles March 2022 Newsletter

Pedal Poll 2022: Get Ready! Vélo 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…

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….

Happy Ending of 2021!

Happy Ending of 2021!

by Kira Judge, co-chair, Saskatoon Cycles Happy ending to 2021, everyone! 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 face as…

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…

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

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…

Hot Drinks Outside celebrates SES Solar Co-op’s Solar Panels at Wolf Willow Co-housing
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Hot Drinks Outside celebrates SES Solar Co-op’s Solar Panels at Wolf Willow Co-housing

By Kira Judge Our #HotDrinksOutside weekly meetup is almost three months old and we excited to continue to celebrate our Friends of Cycling. This Friday’s host is Wolf Willow Co-housing at 530 Ave J South (corner of Avenue J S and 17th street). This community synergy is a result of our Friends of Cycling sponsor,…

Bike Doctor hosting this week’s Hot Drinks Outside
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Bike Doctor hosting this week’s Hot Drinks Outside

By Kira Judge, Co-Chair of Saskatoon Cycles This Friday our long-time supporter and original Friends of Cycling sponsor the Bike Doctor will play host to our weekly #HotDrinksOutside meetup. General manager Reid Challis will be there from 7 am to 9 am, to welcome us. He’ll have a fire going on the back patio and…

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