Signs are up!

➡️ Follow the PINK sign to the right for the new connector trail to Stickman Drive 🙌🏻

*️⃣ You can find this new trail at the end of Sesame Street on the Red Pine Trail (Red Loop) just before Cattle Run.

Thanks to everyone who made this a reality!! Great work!!

New Trail Alert!

Thanks to the hard work of some great volunteers this morning, a connector from Sesame Street to StickMan Drive is all set to ride on the Red Pine!

Thanks to the amazing crew: Peter, Al, Mike, Rick and Landyn!

You no longer have to ride the double track / ski trail to get there. Check it out and let us know what you think 🙌🏻😊

Signs will be coming in the near future.

Become a member or donate to support future trail maintenance and development!

Contest – WIN $100!!!

The Sault Cycling Club in partner with Algoma Bicycle & Velorution, bring you this exciting opportunity to win 1 of 2 – $100 gift cards!!

We’ll be running two contests over the summer. The first will run from July 10th to August 10th and is sponsored by Algoma Bicycle 😊


✅ Post a photo showcasing local trails or roads on Facebook or Instagram. You can post as many as you like throughout the month. 

✅ Tell us where you are riding and what makes it special to you.

✅ Use the following #’s: #SaultCyclingClub #algomabikes #velorution_bike_ski #saultstemarie

✅ The photo with the most likes wins!!

✅ If your account is private you’ll need to message us a screenshot or we won’t see it – even if you tag us! Please note that we may share these photos on social media.

✅ Contest is open to all current SCC members. Not a member? No problem. You can join our club today!

$30 / Adult – $15 / Youth – $70 / Family

Fat Bike Director, Reg Peer

Meet Reg!
He’s the SCC’s Fat Bike Director who has some exciting ideas to bring more riding opportunities to you in the near future!!

Name: Reg Peer
Position: Fat Bike Director

A bit about myself: Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie! I grew up playing team sports like hockey and soccer as kid and got into riding in my late teens. I enjoy riding all types of bikes. In the last few years I have developed an interest in competing in “Ultras” (really long bike races). I’ve raced in couple ultras in the UP, the Marji Gesik 100 mile and the Crusher 225 mile. One of these days I would like to tackle the Arrowhead 135, the Highland Trail 500, and the Tour Divide! I also have started up a cycling touring company, with a couple friends, called Red Pine Tours!

My Interests include riding bikes, hunting & fishing, playing shinny with the boys, and brewing beer!

I am a part of the cycling club because I want to grow and develop the sport in our community.

Cycling is a great way to explore the city, the woods, and the surrounding area. It allows you to view places that you’ve been before from a different perspective. When I’m out on my bike nothing else matters, I can escape from the natural day to day stresses and worries of everyday life…. it’s also a really fun time and it’s even better when you’re out with friends!