June 19- Race bible for the 15K TT and Road Race being hosted by Cycledelia
May 6 – Moose Jaw Spring Classic Results
April 25- Disk Brakes policy for 2018 season
April 20- ADIDAS Eyewear – The Saskatchewan Cycling Association Inc. Group Purchase Plan
ADIDAS SPORTS EYEWEAR, through Canadian Optical Supply, continues to be the “Official Eyewear Sponsor” for The Saskatchewan Cycling Association Inc.
ADIDAS Eyewear makes Sport Specific Eyewear including the “Evil Eye” Series used extensively by Amateur and Professional Cyclists in every discipline.
As part of this agreement, for 2018, C.O.S. will offer the Members of The Saskatchewan Cycling Association Inc., a “Group Purchase Plan” for the purchase of any ADIDAS SUNGLASSES (Sport or Casual) style/color available from the 2018 Catalogue Assortment to be ordered and provided through the professionals at Fourth Ave. Vision (Saskatoon); Cornwall Optical (Regina) and Primary Eye Care Centre (Moose Jaw).
Group Purchase Discount:
# of Participants** Discount from Regular Retail Eg. Style A167 006059 (Reg $320)
Any and All 25% OFF = Sale Price $240.00 – Save $ 80.00
Fourth Ave. Vision (Saskatoon); Cornwall Optical (Regina); and Primary Eye Care Centre (Moose Jaw)
The Eye Care Professionals at Fourth Ave. Vision (Saskatoon); Cornwall Optical (Regina); and Primary Eye Care Centre (Moose Jaw) have agreed to partner with C.O.S. to provide any “additional Prescription Services” for this program at a price determined and arranged by these offices. Since the ADIDAS Sport Eyewear is “prescription ready”, should any of the Athletes require prescription eyewear, it can be done using prescription lens in these frames, for an additional charge.
All the Athletes participating in the ADIDAS Sponsorship Agreement will go to either Fourth Ave. Vision (Saskatoon); Cornwall Vision (Regina) or Primary Eye Care Centre (Moose Jaw) for Fitting and Color Selection of the Adidas Sport Eyewear. The Eye Care Professionals will “coordinate” the order and will be the “pick-up point” for all Eyewear.
Fourth Ave. Vision Centre
102 – 1114 – 22nd St W
Saskatoon, SK S7M 0S5
1841 Scarth St
Regina, SK S4P 2G9
Primary Eye Care Centre
52 High St W
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3S1
March 13- Please find the AGM package available here and the audit available here. To attend and vote at the AGM you must be a current member of Sask Cycling. Only memberships purchased before 3:00pm on March 23 will be accepted. There will be limited copies of the packages available at the AGM so please bring your own copy. Remember to stick around for the 2017 SCA award presentations after the AGM.
Let’s Ride! Community Cycling- Initiation (CCI) is the NCCP context for coaches who will primarily work with novice, pre-competitive cyclists at the community level, including participants in the Active Start, FUNdamentals and early Learn to Train stages of athlete development. The program is simple, based on a number of pre-designed lesson plans, and adaptable to the varying skill and ability levels of participants. The focus of the program is on having participants develop skills which are basic to MTB, BMX, and Road, in a controlled, off-road, off-trail setting such as a sport field or parking lot.
CCI training has two parts – the “Let’s Ride!” CCI workshop (5 hrs), and a Basic Cycling Skills workshop (8 hrs). The first workshop provides information on ethical coaching, participants and their needs, basic practice planning, equipment and other important information for coaches of beginner cyclists. The second workshop provides an opportunity for “on-bike” practice in skill teaching and analysis, practice coaching and use of provided lesson plans. On completion, coaches have “Trained” status in NCCP.
Saskatoon- April 14/15th. More details will be released later. Instructor Susan C.
Regina- April 28/29. More details will be released later. Instructor Mark G.
Cost for session $60
Commissaire “C” Training Courses
Love Cycling? Become a Commissaire!
The Saskatchewan Cycling Association recognizes the importance of the work performed by our officials know as Commissaires in cycling. It is their role to ensure that all aspects of the competition under their supervision are conducted according to the UCI, Cycling Canada and SCA regulations.
Many people who have never been involved in sport as an official fail to appreciate the time, dedication, and effort these people put into training for and practicing their craft. Of those who are involved as Commissaires, many find their contribution to the sport, though different, to be every bit as satisfying as those who participate as athletes or coaches.
The Saskatchewan Cycling Association is looking to recruit new officials; it takes a great number of Commissaires to ensure that races in all Cycling’s sports and disciplines are properly supervised.
If you are interested in a semi-professional volunteer role that will help you to appreciate and become involved in your sport in a whole new way, then consider becoming a Commissaire.
Regina Road Commissaire Course- 2205 Victoria Ave, April 8. Instructor Karen C
Saskatoon BMX Commissaire Course- Details on location to be released later. April 28/29th. Instructor Geordie M.
Cost for courses $20 each.
January 8- The new documents have been updated for the 2018 season of the Performance Cycling Program (PCP). Please direct any questions you may have about joining to our provincial coach, Russ Down.