SCA Mountain Bike and Cross Series:
Various levels of sponsorship are available. To read more about the Program go to:
Course - MOUNTAIN BIKE
The Saskatchewan Cycling Association will be holding an Introductory Mountain Bike Commissaire Course on July 6
This course could be of interest to the following:
As a commissarire attending races you are paid a honorarium,
meal and mileage allowance.
If you are interested in becoming a commissaire for either
road or mountain bike events you should contact the appropriate Provincial Chief
The above individuals can explain the qualification process and the benefits and rewards involved in working as a commissaire. It's a great way to be part of an event.
Sports Officials Canada
Sports Officials Canada is a federally incorporated national organization dedicated
to promoting excellence in sports officiating. The S.O.C. will represent Canadian
technical officials as a national voice, when and where appropriate. The S.O.C.
has been successful in promoting the objects of the organization by providing
input to national and regional sport policy conferences.
Sports Officials Canada Individual Membership Program.; webpage
4 R’s for Commissaires Road Race Rule Reminders - This document contains a summary of rule reminders for Road cycling events province-wide. Janice Matus – Chief Road Commissaire 1/1/2011
The Official CCA Companion Guide
is available on the Canadian Cycling Association website:
The Official UCI Rule book can
be found on the UCI Website:
In the excitement surrounding a race, competitors occasionally neglect basic rules of safety and courtesy. In an effort to promote these values, the SCA will implement the following enforcement procedures, for all participants of any race held in Saskatchewan:
The following penalties will be imposed on any SCA member who is in breach of the above regulations:
Remember, the onus is on you, the rider to know the rules of competition. The CCA rulebook can be found at www.canadian-cycling.com.
If a rider has a race problem/protest at an event he/she should deal immediately with the Chief Commissaire at that event. The Chief Commissiaire's decision is final. If you still think the Chief Commissaire has erred, you should file a written protest to the Provincial Chief Commissaire c/o Saskatchewan Cycling Association. The procedure for handling problems/protests is the same for road and mountain bike events.