|Saskatchewan Cycling Clubs|
The following is a list of Saskatchewan Cycling Association affiliated bike clubs in the province. If you want to join any of the clubs please get in touch with the contact person listed with each club. Please note, you must join a club if there is one in your area. If you are interested in creating a SCA affiliated club please contact the SCA for more information.
The clubs always welcome new riders. Club members are cycling enthusiasts, they will be happy to have you try out their club and experience the joy of cycling with others.
Note: Helmets must be worn at all times on CLUB cycling activities.
Club list (Detailed information follows or go to the club's webpage):
|Prince Albert Clubs|
Rock'N'Road Cycling Club - road/mountain bike racing
Rock'N'Road Cycling Club
Web Site:Rock'n'Road Cycle Club
Jon at (306)922-1500
We are Prince Albert’s only cycling club dedicated to every aspect in cycling. If you are a rider that just wants to get out and meet other cyclists or an avid rider that wants to learn more about the sport, this is for you. The club welcomes all levels and ages of cyclists, all you need is a bike and a helmet. Whether you ride on the road or you ride off-road, we want you to ride with us. The club is affiliated with the Saskatchewan Cycling Association and memberships are available at any bike shop. We encourage you to be a member.
13th Ave BMX
13th Ave BMX Club 13th Avenue West, across from Rambler Park baseball diamonds.
Queen City Bike Polo
Bike Polo is currently being played inside. They follow the North American Hard Court Rules.
Note; at minum a Sask Cycling Membership of $30 must be purchased to join this club; the club will collect the club fee directly from it's members.
Season will run from May 4 until August. 16 weeks of training with an emphasis on bike handling skills, group riding and fun! Led by NCCP Level 3 Coach Sean Kukura, this club will help young riders become confident on the road and is an ideal way for younger athletes to gain experience and skill in a safe environment. Entry fee is $100 plus SCA membership. A Club jersey is included in the fee and is a mandatory part of the program.
Our weekly race series is held every Wednesday at Douglas Park and START at 6:30pm. Signup is at 6:15pm at the bottom of the hill by the lake. Races run from the last week in April to the last week in August.
Regina Cycle Club - road racing
The Regina Cycle Club (RCC) was created by passionate cyclists that love training rides, social events and racing. The club hosts the Tuesday Night Road Race Series in the summer and Wednesday Night Cyclocross Race Series in the fall. The club membership is one of the largest in Saskatchewan and has a wide variety of skill levels, so if you are a beginner or expert cyclist, come out and check-out the racing scene in Regina. Go to our Facebook page for more information…
The South Saskatchewan Mountain Bike Club - recreational mountain bike
A recreational mountain bike club open to anyone with a bike and a helmet. The club is a great opportunity to meet other riders and to combine low impact fitness, adventure and nature, while learning new skills and discovering new riding areas around the city, province and country. The club has beginner, intermediate and expert riders and ride areas so there is something for everyone, no matter what your current level. The clubs' main focus has been cross-country riding. However, the club also offers other alternative riding for all members' enjoyment: *freeriding *downhill *night trail rides *night urban rides *off-road touring and winter riding. Join us for camping trips, canoeing, kayaking and cross-country skiing in the winter months.
Barbara Shourounis, President
The Wascana Freewheelers Bicycle Touring Club was formed in 1983 as a means of drawing together people who enjoy cycling. The Club promotes safe and efficient cycling through a variety of educational and cycling activities. Club members have a variety of cycling interests ranging from slow-paced sight seeing to paceline riding. Some members enjoy short tours, while others live for the long distance randonneurs. Whether you presently ride around the block or prefer longer excursions, the Freewheelers have a tour for you. Activities accommodate every age group and level of experience. The club publishes a detailed tour schedule that provides tour dates and descriptions. Bicycle safety, maintenance, outdoor exercise, food, fun, fellowship, touring camping, are some of the aspects of club activities. Come out and participate in club events.
Globe Bmx Raceway
BCW-Sponsored by Bruce's Cycle Works
BCW is a racing/recreational cycling club that is sponsored by Bruce's Cycle Works. For more information visit www.brucescycleworks.com
Horizon 100 Cycling Club - recreational road
Our club is for recreational cyclists on road bikes. Our rides depart and finish at Spoke 'N Sport in Grosvenor Park Shopping Centre. Wednesday night rides (50k), May through August- 6:30 p.m. departure Saturday rides (100k or 50k option) April, May, September, October- 9:00 a.m. departure; June, July, August- 7:30 a.m. departure We are initiating Monday night rides for novice female riders.
Northern Bush Rastas - racing/recreational mountain bike
Kendra Meier, President
The Northern Bush Rastas is the largest bike club in Saskatchewan. They serve both competitive and recreational mountain bikers in and around the city of Saskatoon. NBR organizes a wide variety of activities for mountain biking:
Throughout the year there are clinics, trail maintenance days, barbecues, weekend trips, and even mountain bike races.
Saskatoon Cycledelia - road racing
Peter Steckhan, President
Located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; the evolution of the club started in the early nineties as a pure hardcore road racing club. While the club is still firmly committed to road racing, we have evolved to support both Cyclo-crossers and Mountain bike racers. As any competitive cyclist will tell you, the best way to become a faster cyclist is to spend some time hammering on a road bike. CYCLEDELIACS ensures that every Tuesday night road race is fast and challenging for all who come out.
The Saskatoon Cycle Club - recreational road
Don Cook, President
A recreational club located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Saskatoon Cycling Club helps recreational cyclists like you get more out of cycling. More knowledge, more safety, more kilometres, and - most importantly - more enjoyment.
FatLanders FatTire Brigade- recreational
Brock Campbell, President Web Site: FatLandersSaskatchewan’s (and Canada’s to our knowledge) one and only bicycle club dedicated to FatBikes. Our club mission is to help you get fat and stay fat all winter long.
|Moose Jaw Clubs|
Moose Jaw Pavers Road and Mountain Bike Cycling Club - road/mountain racing
Jim Large, President
A multi purpose club, road/mountain bike racing and riding club with weekly rides scheduled.
Swift Current Cycling Club - group rides
Swift Current, SK.
To promote cycling at a developmental level in south west Saskatchewan.
East Qu'Appelle Cartel
Tom Landine, President
Sunrise Cycling Club
The Sunrise Cycling Club is based in Yorkton and exists to help promote cycling for recreation and fitness. The club focuses on enjoying an active lifestyle on a bicycle. All ages and levels of fitness and cycling experience are encouraged to join.
Weekly "Show and Go" rides leave from the 5th Ave. Cup & Saucer at the corner of 5th Ave and Smith St. each Wed evening with times varying with the season. The rides take place in and around the city with distance and routes depending on the skill levels of the participating cyclists. Weekend rides also take place throughout the season on roads and trails around Yorkton and in the many Provincial Parks in the region.
|Provincial Wide Club Membership|
Prairie Randonneurs - randonneuring
Grant Thies, President
WHAT IS RANDONNEURING? It is not racing, but it is more challenging than touring. It is randonnée cycling. Randonneurs (from the French word randonnée meaning "a walk (ride) along marked trail (route)") have a time period within which to reach controls based on a minimum pace of 15 and a maximum of 34 kilometers per hour. A progressive series of randonnées of 200, 300, 400, 600 and 1000 kilometres is offered in various centres in Saskatchewan by Prairie Randonneurs Inc. Each ride prepares the rider for the next longer distance. During randonnées, riders carry a route card, which must be validated at predetermined locations along the route, usually at restaurants or convenience stores where they can also restore their water and nutrient supplies. Our affiliation with Les Randonneurs Mondiaux allows for participation in Brevets de Randonneurs Mondiaux (randonnées) organized in about twenty countries.
Range Road Racing
Youth and Master Elite Development
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