Wayfinding on Wheels

Wayfinding on Wheels

By Jason Hanson, Saskatoon Cycles Operations Manager We live in a complicated world. 7.9 billion of us stress-test the social and environmental limitations of the planet every day, bumping into one another as we scurry from one task to the next. We are expected to manage our own individual perspectives, interests, and needs at exactly…

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…

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…

Getting to know the Saskatoon Cycles board of directors: Merlin Toth

Getting to know the Saskatoon Cycles board of directors: Merlin Toth

As a non-profit, Saskatoon Cycles relies on the generous efforts of its volunteers. One of the ways you can contribute to and help shape the direction of our work is by becoming a member of our Board of Directors. At our AGM on November 3rd, 2021 three people joined our Board. We’ve already introduced you…

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…

The Reality of Obstacles: Keep Rolling, COP26, Winter Cycling and AT Infrastructure

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 glad to fully embrace winter. Of course, once I’ve made the decision…

Meet Tyson Konkin: New convert talks about his first winter of commuting by bike
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Meet Tyson Konkin: New convert talks about his first winter of commuting by bike

How old are you? What do you do for work? I am 33 years old and currently work as a GIS Technician for a Survey and Geomatics company here in Saskatoon. How long have you been riding? I have been a fair-weather cyclist in Saskatoon for about 11 years now. I imagine, like most, once…

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