Starting your spring cleaning? Kids getting too big for their bikes?
Save your older and unused bikes and donate them to the Brunskill School Playground Fundraiser!
Have an old bike? Donate your old bikes and bring them to the Brunskill School gym on Friday May 26, 2017, 3:30 – 8:00 pm
Need a new-to-you bike?
Come to the Used Bike Sale in Brunskill School gym on Saturday, May 27, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Bikes sold as is. Popcorn for sale too!
Get a tax receipt for your purchase of a bike! Cash, cheque and credit card (Visa, MasterCard) accepted. All proceeds from the sale will go directly to the Brunskill School Playground fundraiser. (Any unsold bikes at the end of the sale will be donated to Bridge City Bicycle Co-op)
Additional donations to the School Playground can be made at the bike sale or on-line at Saskatoon Public Schools Foundation
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You are invited to participate in Bike To Work Day Saskatoon
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
The Bridge City Bicycle Co-op is pleased to present Saskatoon’s fourth annual Bike To Work Day #yxeBTWD
About Bike To Work Day
The mission of Bike To Work Day (BTWD) Saskatoon is to attract new cyclists to commuting while celebrating the efforts of those that already use their bikes to get to and from work.
We aim to have a network of Commuter Stations in locations around the city from 7 – 9am. Local businesses and organizations in Saskatoon are invited to participate in BTWD by hosting a Commuter Station – a place for commuters to stop for grab-and-go refreshments, information, and a little fun on their way to work.
Benefits of Cycling to Work
Cycling is a healthy, convenient, low-cost and socially responsible form of transportation that improves our community by decreasing traffic congestion and reducing air pollution. We hope this event inspires more people to use their bicycles for regular, active transportation and experience the benefits of increased mental and physical health upon arriving at work.
Host a Commuter Station and/or Sponsor BTWD
If your business or organization is interested in hosting a Commuter Station, please read through the details on our website (www.biketoworksaskatoon.com) and submit a Commuter Station Request Form by July 29th. Please note that filling out a form implies agreement to adhere to the commitments and responsibilities as outlined in the Station Manager’s Guide on the BTWD website. If you would like to support a station or the event with a donation of some kind, please be in touch using the contact information below.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Commuters! Choose to Bike To Work on June 24th and enjoy some fun and grab-n-go refreshments provided by local businesses and organizations! Check out the stations at our website and stop by a commuter station (or two or three) around the city on your way to work between 7 and 9 AM!
The mission of Bike To Work Day (BTWD) Saskatoon is to attract new cyclists to community while celebrating the efforts of those who already use their bikes to get to and from work and other commitments.
What to Expect:
Commuter stations will be set up at various locations around the city from 7-9 AM on Wednesday, June 24th, 2015. They will be 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 for an updated list of stations and plan your route to stop by one or more of them!
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.