SCA funding sponsor
SCA Mountain Bike and Cross Series:
Various levels of sponsorship are available. To read more about the Program go to:
» Program Info
you love to ride but don’t want to race, or are looking for
clubs with youth programs.
to get off the pavement and explore clubs that ride and race
on bike trails
and ride fast with these road racing clubs.
stand in your way while competing in Cyclocross
On this website, you will find information relating to cycling in the
province of Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Cycling Association (SCA)
is actively involved in road and mountain bike racing, BMX, randonneur
cycling, /recreation, transportation, off-road touring, trail access
and safe cycling education programs. The SCA is a volunteer non-profit
association that promotes bicycling for sport, recreation, and transportation.
Funded through Saskatchewan Lotteries, the SCA provides opportunities
for individuals to experience all forms of cycling through its member
Join a cycling club
and become a part of the SCA. We have a host of programs we can offer
including: individual/family activities, fun, fitness, competitive programs,
recreational programs, advocacy, education and safe cycling.
- December 5 - Interested in winning a free jersey that you designed?
Find out about the contest the SCA
- December 4 - The SCA is looking for two volunteer staff for
the 2015 Western Canada Summer being held in August 8-11 in Fort McMurray,
Alberta. More info
- November 18 - SCA AGM is scheduled for March 30th -
- November 18 - Two official's courses in 2014: -ROAD, Sunday,
March 16 -MOUNTAIN BIKE, Sunday, April 13 more
- November 6 - 2013 Saskatchewan Cycling Achievement Awards Nominations
are now open. Don't miss the chance to honor someone in your club! SCA
members are eligible to nominate individuals for the SCA Achievement
Awards. The nomination forms must be submitted to the SCA office by
December 31, late submissions will not be accepted. For a description
of the Awards and for a copy of the nomination form, go to: http://www.saskcycling.ca/results/awards/index.html.
The following awards are available to nominate members for:
Top Competitive Cyclists:
- Wotton Bowl Award (Road top rider of the year); Cyclocross Top Rider
of the Year Award; Mountain Bike Top Rider of the Year Award; Ken Wilson
Outstanding Volunteer Contributions:
-Cameco Volunteer Award (Mountain Bike); Outstanding Volunteer in the
Road (and Cross) Sector Award; Outstanding Volunteer in the Recreation
& Transportation Sector; President's Awards
Archives: 2013 2012
2011 2010 2009 2008
Saskatchewan Cycling Association
Our Vision Statement … "The Saskatchewan Cycling Association
is the leader in recreational and competitive cycling, cycling safety,
and cycling as a lifelong activity for all Saskatchewan people."
Our Mission Statement … "The Saskatchewan Cycling Association
exists to promote and enhance the Saskatchewan cycling experience while
recognizing its benefits to the individual and society."
The SCA promotes and organizes almost every type of cycling event you
can think of. If you are a recreational cyclist or someone who takes
the sport a little more seriously there is something to fit your tastes
in the province.
Several well established bicycle recreation clubs exist in Saskatchewan.
These clubs are dedicated to the promotion of the sport of recreational
cycling and bicycle touring. They have regularly planned city, country
and off-road rides.
The SCA continues to promote safe cycling through the Canadian Cycling
Association's Can-Bike Program and by the delivery of safe cycling presentations
at Saskatchewan schools.
Saskatchewan has one of the newest complete racing programs in the country.
The SCA categorizes competitive racers by ability and age for road racing,
and ability level for mountain bike racing. Races are offered at club,
in-province and out of province levels. All levels of racing ability
are welcome at the club rides and for provincial races skills include
from the beginner to the expert.
Randonneuring or marathon cycling is a form of recreational touring
and competitive cycling. Cyclists travel distances of 200 to 1000 kilometers
against the clock. On the world circuit, the yearly Brevet series is
a warm up to the pinnacle event - Paris-Brest-Paris - a 1,200 km event
in France that attracts over 4000 cyclists every 4 years