Wednesday August 20, 2014

Local cycling club seeks members


Sunrise Cycling club is gearing up to go with an informational meeting being held April 23rd at the Ravine Room in the Gallagher Center starting at 7 p.m.

The Sunrise Cycling club is a non competitive group of riders that enjoy weekly rides in and around the city. Depending on the participants the weekly riders gauge the distance and the terrain by who shows up and the skill level of the group.

The members also plan weekend rides to or at various locations taking in both road rides and off road trails. Cyclists are required to have a bike in good repair and helmets are mandatory.

Cycling skills and fitness levels will improve with practice and riding in a group is a great way to build confidence in both.

The club invites everyone to come out to the meeting to hear about the benefits of becoming a member and about the events planned for the cycling season.

Cycling is a great sport and being a part of a club not only gets you out and about the city of Yorkton but also a great way to meet new active individuals.

This a great club for new comers to the City of Yorkton because the club rides though out all areas of the city and in that way become more familiar with our parks and facilities that Yorkton has to offer.

The Sunrise Cycling club weekly rides start and end at the Yorkton Public Library which is central for most riders and parking for those that drive to the ride.

The club has been organizing rides and trips for 5 years and is hoping to attract more riders again this year. For more information contact Anne Stupak @ 306-783-6617 or email



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