TTs that bring cyclists together during the cold winter months
Group also calls for one-metre law for the city
Bike to Work YXE offered a range of perks for two-wheeling commuters all this week.
The province is the fourth in Canada to finish its section, bringing the Trans Canada Trail to 87 per cent completion
Rob Hardwick set out in June to cross Saskatchewan with a goal of raising $10,000 for the Bishop’s Discretionary Fund
Whether on the trails or in the city, Canada is seeing the rise of the fat bike, no matter what the weather
Between two very different—but equally snowy and wintry—parts of Canada, the cold-weather appeal of fat biking, something skyrocketing in popularity in this country, is evident in ways as unique as the regions in which it’s been seen.
As reported by the CBC, children at Regina’s Albert Community School were rewarded for their faithful attendance and punctuality recently—with the gift of a brand new set of wheels for each of them.
While Saskatoon takes steps to factor cycling more significantly into its urban planning, members of the bike scene in Regina, on the other hand, are saying that there’s a troubling indifference to cyclists in the city’s municipal budget.
Rest easy, Saskatoon winter riders. Throughout the winter, protected bike lanes across the city will be regularly maintained, reports say, with snow routinely blown and trucked away.
Recently, the idea of reviving once-mandated licenses for cyclists was floated in the city of Saskatoon, but in the city’s halls of power, there’s little interest in resurrecting the former policy.