Winter Club Rides

To join us for the club rides on Tues evening (6:30 pm) and Sunday afternoon (1:30 pm) club rides (meeting at the old Mendel Art Gallery) we require you to be a member of the Sask Cycling Association (SCA).

The 2018 membership does not become available until later in December. If you are not currently a member of the SCA then you can fill out this event form and pay the $20 and then get a full 2018 membership when they become available. Either mail it to the SCA or bring it with you to the ride.

FFTB Club Riding Nov-Dec

For more information on our group rides click here:

Thanks so much and we hope to see you out!


Frosty the Fatbike

Frosty’s Fat Bike Race Series is geared toward fat bikes racing on snow.
Started in 2014, they are excited to be back for 2018.

Frosty’s Fat Bike Race Series was born out of the need for a competitive outlet for cyclist wishing to test their skill, fitness and mental fortitude against the elements of Winter.

Specially selected venues allow riders to compete and enjoy the grin inducing euphoria that only Snow Biking can produce. Frosty, the mysterious and formidable Utah Yeti, is the mascot and host of these events.

This is your opportunity to play in the cold of Winter and prove your Yeti snow handling skills and suitable for all skill levels including beginners and first timer’s!

Trails & Tire Pressure 4 Maximum FUN

Other groups that rely on volunteer hours to groom ski trails throughout the city have been busy at work since the great snowfall we had this weekend. To ensure fatbikers maintain a good relationship with other user groups in the city, please do not ride your fatbike on groomed ski trails. The ruts caused by fatbike tires destroy the pack for skiing.

There are many trails that are shared use for fatbikers, snowshoers, dog walkers, etc throughout the city. Get out there and enjoy those trails and spread the word to other fatbikers to respect the ski trails. Click here to go to the trails section of our website:

Here is a photo that shows the difference that high and low tire pressure makes on a trail. The high pressure sinks deep, creating ruts and making for a heavy slog of a ride. The low air pressure allows the rider to float on top of the snow for a radically good ride!

This is a helpful formula for where to start playing with your tire pressure depending on your weight and the snow conditions:

Packed Snow Fat Tire Formula
Body Weight in lb/20=Starting Pressure
Subtract 0.5 PSI for Fat Front Tire
Add 0.5 PSI for Fat Rear Tire

Example 150lb/20=7.5
7.5-0.5=7 PSI for Fat Front Tire
7.5+0.5=8 PSI for Fat Rear Tire

Soft Snow Fat Tire Formula
Body Weight in lb/25=Starting Pressure
Subtract 0.5 PSI for Fat Front Tire
Add 0.5 PSI for Fat Rear

Example 150lb/25=6
6-0.5=5.5 PSI for Fat Front Tire
6+0.5=6.5 PSI for Fat Rear Tire

Here are a few articles about how to adjust your tire pressure depending on snow conditions. This will ensure the mixed use trails we do use are in the best condition they can be for all users, and that you have the maximum FUN out there.

Calculate the proper tire pressure if you store your bike indoors.
If you store your bike indoors between rides your indoor tire pressure will change once outside in the cold. To be sure you have the right tire pressure before leaving the warmth use this handy calculator: