Sault Cycling Club Annual General Meeting

The SCC AGM will be held Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 7 pm to 8 pm at Mulligan’s Irish Pub. We will be reviewing key information from the 2019 year and updating membership on our outlook for 2020.

At the AGM we will have a number of positions up for election for the executive. We ask that you try to supply nominations for these positions by the Wednesday, February 26, 2020 end of day to allow for optimal use of our meeting; however we will take nominations the day of if needed. You can submit a nomination with this online form or complete a paper copy that can be returned to the club by sending it as a picture to: info@saultcyclingclub.ca

Positions up for elections 2020
  • President
  • Media/Social Platforms Director
  • Fat Bike Director
  • Mountain Bike Director
  • Touring Director
  • Director at Large
  • Director at Large

Also arrive early 6:15 pm and enjoy a ride on the trails at the Sault Country Club prior to the meeting.

You can also see and discuss this event on Facebook

Winter Trails Open House at the Sault Golf Club

This weekend, the Sault Golf Club will be celebrating the opening of a new set of trails in the east end, come out to Mulligans Irish Pub at 1804 Queen Street East, on Saturday January 11th from 11:00am-4pm and explore the new trails, plus participate in a time trial race starting from the pro-shop at 2pm.

As well, the first 36 fat bikers to show up will receive beacon front and rear lights. There will be some other prize opportunities throughout the day too!

Check out a map of the new trails here and remember to be respectful of the land owners and stay on the marked trails, shortcuts and new loops may damage the golf course underneath and have access to these trails restricted.

What a storm!

Hey friends! What a storm last night eh!? If you’re heading out for a ride at Hiawatha or anywhere really, PLEASE be very careful as there may be new washouts and hazards due to the extreme rain overnight. Some bridges have been affected. We haven’t been out to assess but have seen pictures and heard from others that some damage is out there. Please let us know if you find anything that should be addressed! Stay safe and have fun out there!!

Overnight tour, August 24-25th

Attention SCC Members, there will be an overnight bikepacking adventure on August 24 & 25.
 
This is a self support ride (food, shelter, clothes, your guide will bring a water filtration pump) if you require gear please let us know and we’ll try and help you out.  We will depart from Hiawatha around 9:30am (meet around 9am), the fun starts when we hit the Ranger Lake Hwy; there we can refill our water bottles at a spring and start kicking up dust on the gravel. After a short bit we will turn off the Ranger Lake Hwy and head south towards Carpenter Lake (this road is gravel, jeep tracks, loose rocks,and some ups and downs), somewhere between the turnoff and the lake we can stop for the overnighter; this will not be a fast ride due to terrain and the philosophy of these rides.  The next day we will cycle towards SSM via Hwy 638 and some sides roads, just to make things interesting.  The plan is to return Sunday early afternoon.  
 
Have a look at the route at https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30792235
 
Also check out this article on the Bikepacking website for some tips and ideas on what to expect: https://bikepacking.com/plog/impromptu-bikepacking-overnight/