SCA Camps and Clinics

The Saskatchewan Cycling Association offers many clinics for coaching, and other educational aspects of cycling. Information on upcoming camps is listed on this page and is updated constantly.

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Officials (Commissaire) Course - MOUNTAIN BIKE
TBA

The Saskatchewan Cycling Association will be holding an Introductory Mountain Bike Commissaire Course on April; 13.

This course could be of interest to the following:
1. If you are a new mountain bike racer and would like to know what the rules of racing really are
2. If you are a parent or relative that attends cycling events.
3. If you are a coach

As a commissarire attending races you are paid a honorarium, meal and mileage allowance.

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Let’s Ride!
Community Initiation and Basic Cycling Skills Coaching Courses
TBA

Community Initiation Coaching Course

Info:    In this course coaches will explore how to:

Basic Cycling Skills Coaching Course

Info:    This course covers basic cycling skills; teaching and analysis, detection and correction of errors, use of lesson plan templates

What to bring:           A bike, a helmet, a good warm jacket for cycling, some long pants or tights for the cold, gloves and other cold weather gear

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Intro to Competition- Ready to Race - Training Basics

When:  TBA

Where:

The focus of the Introduction to Competition A course is for coaches to:

What to bring: Pen/Paper only. This is a classroom session; no bike is needed

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Intro to Competition- Ready to Race - Training to Race

This course will be of interest to coaches and to cyclists who want to increase their cycling knowledge

The focus of the Introduction to Competition B course is the design of a seasonal plan.

In this course coaches will explore:
· The needs of developing athletes preparing for competition.
· Goal setting, physical training, mental training and skill analysis techniques are emphasized as coaches plan a season of competition.

What to bring: Pen/Paper only. This is a classroom session; no bike is needed


Note: there is no prerequisite for taking this course i.e., Part A does not have to be completed before taking Part B

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Officials (Commissaire) Course - ROAD - TBA

The Saskatchewan Cycling Association will be holding an Introductory Road Commissaire Course on March 16.

This course could be of interest to the following:
1. If you are a new road racer and would like to know what the rules of racing really are
2. If you are a parent or relative that attends cycling events.
3. If you are a coach

As a commissarire attending races you are paid a honorarium, meal and mileage allowance.

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Link to CSI_CI_Coach_Training_Pathway.pdf

Link to CD_Pathway.pdf