There are so many reasons to bike. What's yours?
This week, bike to work, bike to enjoy nature, bike for exercise, or bike for family time! Then snap a picture and share it with us on social media using the hashtag #BYXEWeek to enter to win a prize!! Double your chances to win by registering here:
Bike anywhere - anytime - all week!
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 your destination feeling refreshed, energized and alert. If you live too far 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.
Virtual for 2021
We’re partnered with Saskatoon Cycles to try out a new, physically-distanced approach to our annual Bike to Work Day. Rather than visiting commuter stations during one morning, we encourage you to get out and explore Saskatoon by bike anywhere, anytime, and all week! Join our Facebook Event to learn about the week-long activities planned - and update your profile pic with our BYXE Week Profile Frame to let your friends know about the event.
Can you find all the decorated bikes around the city? Here's a map of 8 locations to visit.
Prizes for participants and students
Commit to riding your bike any time during BYXE Week May 17-22 and register for a chance to win prizes. Earn extra prize draw entries by posting a photo of your ride on social media with the hashtag #BYXEWeek. There's a separate draw for elementary and high school students who use #KidsBYXEWeek. Thank you to our prize donors:
Saskatoon Police Service
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: