Bike to Work Day
Saskatoon celebrated Winter Bike to Work Day on Thursday, February 13, 2020!
Thank you to those who participated in the 2020 Winter Bike to Work Day event!
Why Bike to Work?
Cycling is a healthy, convenient, and low-cost form of everyday transportation that improves our community by decreasing traffic congestion and reducing air pollution. We hope this event inspires more people to think of cycling as a regular means of transportation and to experience the benefits of arriving at work feeling refreshed, energized and alert.
What to Expect
Commuter Stations are set up at various locations around the city from 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. on Bike to Work Day. Stations are hosted by participating local businesses and organizations, and the public can enjoy grab-and-go refreshments, information, and some fun on their way to work. Check out the Map My Ride tab for an update list of stations and plan your route to stop by one or more of them.
When safe to do so, snap a photo and upload it to social media using the hashtags #BikeToWorkYXE and #BYXE to show us how your commute is going!
If you live too far from work to bike the entire way, consider taking Saskatoon Transit part of the way. Plan your trip using the Transit app and Google Transit. All buses are equipped with front bike racks that are free and easy to use. The bike racks also accommodate fat tires.
Map My Ride
Plan your commute! Check out the 2020 station locations below.
Host a Commuter Station
If your organization is interested in hosting a morning Commuter Station at next year's Bike to Work Day please review the Bike to Work Station Guide as well as the commitments and responsibilities listed below.
Commitments & Responsibilities
Hosts have several commitments and responsibilities:
- Ensure the Commuter Station is available to the public between 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. during Bike to Work Day;
- Organize grab-and-go refreshments to be made available free to the public during this time;
- Organize volunteers to greet cyclists, help distribute refreshments, take photos, and collect signatures/count participants;
- Secure a table for refreshments and to display print materials provided by the organizing committee;
- Ensure a first aid kit, trash cans and recycling bins are available; and
- Clean up station location after event.
Bridge City Bicycle Co-op
The Bridge City Bicycle Co-op provides a space and tools for its members to learn how to fix and maintain their own bikes.
Saskatoon Cycles advocates for a city in which cycling is a viable, year-round mode of transportation that is safe and convenient for ages 8 to 88.
City of Saskatoon
Cycling guides, placing your bike on a city bus, bylaws and more.
Saskatoon Bike Shops in Saskatoon
Buy a new bicycle or get your bicycle tuned up by an expert mechanic: