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Thursday Night Cyclocross Training

Come out and enjoy fall with like-minded cyclists! Cyclocross is a great way to stay in shape in the fall because you are working at a higher intensity for a shorter time period. You stay warm in colder weather because you're burning more calories!

FAQ 2017

What is it?
Practices take place from 6PM until dusk each Thursday from Aug 31 until October 12th at Lakewood Park (just east of Lakewood Civic Centre)

What do I need?
You need a mountain bike or cyclocross bike, a helmet, an SCA membership, and a willingness to have fun.

We have ability groups for all ages. We even have a kids group, so mom and dad can participate while the kids are having fun too. Note: children must be able to ride on a two wheeled bike without training wheels.

How much?

You just need an SCA membership to participate in this program. If you don't have one, please visit: www.saskcycling.ca


I still have questions!
Email Susan at susan@biking.org.

17 Weeks to Spring Winter Training Program

17 Weeks to Spring winter training program takes place from November until March each year. This program fills quickly, so make sure you register early. Call Bruce's Cycle Works to receive registration information about this program or visit the Home page.

FAQ 2017

What is it?
The 17 Weeks to Spring winter training program is a training program where you ride your bike indoors on a wind trainer with a group of like-minded individuals. The group follows a training program designed by a certified cycling coach. A typical session includes about an hour on the bike structured as a warm up, a set of intervals based on heart rate or power and a cool down, followed by core strength and stretching exercises.

What do I need?
You need a bike in good working order, a wind trainer (we have 4 available for rent), a heart rate monitor and/or power meter (we have 4 heart rate monitors available for rent), a membership in the Saskatchewan Cycling Association and an interest in improving your fitness and cycling over the winter.

The program starts the week of November 21st and runs to the week of March 24th (if it's cold, we may extend by one week).

New this year: Morning 8:15-9:45 AM session
Sessions are 6:30-8:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8:15-9:45 a.m.
You can choose to participate in one or two nights a week.
There are also some info sessions on things like nutrition and stretching to be held on weekends (dates and topics to be confirmed).

Sessions are held at 1104 Central Avenue

These sessions are perfect for a wide variety of people! Whether you are dusting your bike off for the first time in years, or you are a seasoned veteran, this program can help you improve your fitness and skills. Past participants include road racers, mountain bikers, triathletes, randonneurs, weekend warriors, youth, athletes from other sports looking for cross-training...

Training is more fun when you are with other people! We have qualified coaches circulating through the room to help you meet your potential and to encourage you to do your best. It's also a great way to meet other like-minded cyclists.

How much?

  • One session/week: $200, or
    Two sessions/week: $300
    (Since the program is underway, rates will be prorated for the remaining weeks.)
  • If you need an SCA membership, add $40.
  • If you need a wind trainer, add $100.

How do I register?

What else do I need to know?
We only take a maximum of 18 participants per session. We sold out last year, so sign up early to get your preferred times!


I still have questions!
Email Susan at susan@biking.org.

FOG&G Tuesday and Friday Morning Road Rides

We meet at 9:30 AM on Tuesday and Friday at the German Club (160 Cartwright Avenue) for an approximately two hour ride. What does FOG&G stand for? Fast Old Guys & Gals of course!

The goal of this ride is to allow club members to get out and work on intensity or ride for pleasure while in the company of other club members on a set route. Therefore, it's likely that riders will be strung out along the route possibly in groups of 1 - 7 people. The goal is to keep the groups smaller than 8 people as the intensity may be a bit higher, so the risk of injury increases.

The focus of the ride is fitness and/or pleasure. It is suitable for anyone, of any speed, on any style of bike. It is a timed ride (1.75 hours) which means riders ride out and back at a pace they find comfortable and finish at approximately the same time. Speeds will vary greatly, so if you are not sure you will be able to ride as fast as some of the riders, bring a friend to ride with. Some riders prefer to ride solo which is totally acceptable. After the ride we go to a coffee shop so plan to stick around and visit.

The following rules exist for your safety and enjoyment:

  • you must be a 2017 registered BCW member.
  • must have a bike in good working order, no aerobars are allowed.
  • must have a helmet and wear it.
  • No overlapping of wheels.
  • Do not cross the white shoulder line unless you intend on turning left.
  • Take care of each other. Welcome new riders and have a great time!
Monday Night Cross Practices - July 10-Aug 21

From July 10th until August 21st, we will have cyclocross practices on Monday nights from 6:30 until 8PM at the Lakewood Park.


6:30 Warm up

6:45 Workout on a short course

7:30 Optional skills session for anyone wishing to stick around


You must be a 2017 SCA member in order to participate in this program. Please register with Chris Christie (madonessl23@gmail.com ), or otherwise, please bring your SCA member card to each practice.