Winter rides take place every Saturday afternoon, from the beginning of November until the end of March. Rides will be cancelled if the temperature is lower than -20C or lower than -30C with the wind chill.
Riders meet at 1:00PM in the parking lot of the Saskatoon Civic Conservatory, at 950 Spadina Crescent East (this is the former Mendel Art Gallery). The route will vary depending on the wind and the preference of the riders taking part. Rides will typically last about 2 hours but may run a little longer.
In order to participate, riders must have either a FAT bike or a mountain bike with studded tires. Riders are also required to have a helmet. As with all regular Horizon 100 rides, you need to be a member of the club to participate.
More Information about winter riding:
Winter riding is a fun way to get exercise and keep your cycling muscles in tune. If you are new to winter cycling, be aware it has its own challenges. Dressing appropriately is key, and layers can be important as you will warm up while riding. The following links have some useful tips: