Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day

Bring your mountain bike and join the Sault Cycling Club for a day of fun on the trails! Pre-registration is required. Link below. IMBA (International Mountain Bike Association) Canada’s Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day (TKMBD) is an annual event that seeks to introduce the joy of mountain biking to the next generation. Created in 2004 in honour of Jack […]

Bottle Drive Fundraiser

🚨WE WANT YOUR EMPTIES ‼️ The Sault Cycling Club will be having a bottle drive on Thursday, October 13. You can drop off your empties (beer cans / bottles, wine & liquor bottles) to us at 510 Second Line East (Trimount Construction) between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm. Don’t worry about sorting or counting, we’ll take care of that! All […]

Crimson Cross: Cyclocross Races

Online registration is now closed. Late registrations can still register Sunday morning in person at 10:30! Join us on Sunday, November 6 at Crimson Ridge for the SCC's Crimson Cross Cyclocross races!! Things to Know ✅ - Pre-registration preferred, link below - Registrants must have a 2022 SCC membership to participate. - We have various races set up for differing skill […]

Global Fat Bike Day

Join the Sault Cycling Club on Saturday, December 3 for Global Fat Bike Day!! Meeting at Connor Road for 10:00 am, we'll be doing an approx. 10km ride that will take 1-2 hours. This will be a social pace with ride leaders and tail gunners so you don't need to worry about route finding. :) Click here to register. Remember […]

Get Festive! Group Ride

Who wants to get festive and light up their bike?? Join the Sault Cycling Club on Friday, December 23!! We’ll be meeting the Block House (near the ice rink at Mill Square) for 6:45 and departing at 7:00 pm for a ride around the hub trail. Join in after the ride for some post-ride beverages at the group chosen location. […]

Rock the Ridge!

Join in on the 2nd Annual "Rock the Ridge" Fat Bike Challenge at Crimson Ridge! Sunday, January 22, 2023 with a late morning start. Choose between 40km or 20km Entry Fee: $60 on or before January 10th; $70 for those who register January 11th onwards. Food & Beverage Included Participants can use the trails on the Saturday prior to familiarize […]

Interpretive Tour of the Crystal Creek Fat Bike Trails

January 28th 2023 (Jan 29th is plan b depending on weather) Time: 10.30 am start Where: Hiawatha Highlands Crystal Creek Fat Bike Trails Join the Sault Cycling Club and local tour guides Forest The Canoe for an interpretive tour of the Crystal Creek Fat Bike Trails! This tour will last roughly 2 hours and include a trail pass, a snack […]

Dirt Series Fat Biking Skills

What is one thing we love about being in the thick of winter? FAT BIKES! 🚲️ ❄️⁠ ⁠ Dirt Series Skills Series is pedalling on their fat bikes over to SAULT STE MARIE an SUDBURY ONTARIO!⁠ We can't wait for you to join us on:⁠ ⁠ 🗓️ February 4, 2023 in Sault Ste Marie, ON⁠ ⁠ 🗓️ February 5, 2023 […]

Go Fat Biking with the Sault Cycling Club

Saturday, February 4 - 12:00 to 2:00 PM at Bellevue Park (near the stage) Come and join the Sault Cycling Club at Bon Soo and give fat biking a try! These bikes with 4 to 5 inch tires will take you round our short course with ease, giving you lots of float and traction. The fun doesn't stop when the snow falls! […]

Crimson Ridge’s 1st Annual “Choose your Winter Adventure” Challenge

Crimson Ridge's 1st Annual "Choose your Winter Adventure" Challenge Fat Bike, Snowshoe, Ski and Skate! Challenge yourself in all 4 winter activities or join forces with others to make a team of 2, 3 or 4! - Individual sport prizes and Overall Team prizes. - Lunch included with entry fee - This is an all-day event - Participants of All Ages […]

Annual General Meeting

This year’s AGM will take place on Thursday, February 23 at 7:00 pm at Feeding Your Soul Cafe. Doors open at 6 for those who want to pre-mingle. We invite all of our members to attend! 👉🏻 Get Involved! If you have a passion for cycling and want to share that with others, consider putting your name in for one […]

The Beaver Freezer Marathon

Following over 10 different waterways the Beaver Freezer Marathon travels across pristine wilderness within the Robinson-Huron Treaty territory. These routes were traditionally used for hunting and fishing by Garden River and Batchewana First Nations, as well as Métis People. Competitors can ski, run or fat bike up to 42 kms of lakes, streams and trails following a marked path with […]

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