Upcoming Rides – June 27th – July 1st

Below are the upcoming club rides. With the lessening of restrictions on our activities we are able to offer a limited number of “Try-it” spots on each ride. This is a great way for non-members to come and participate in a ride or two before joining. These spots can also be useful for any members to bring friends/family along for a club ride. To participate as a “Try-it” you simply need to complete the Non-member Waiver and return it to the Pavers 1 hour before the scheduled ride begins. Completed waivers can be emailed to the Pavers .

Sunday June 27th – Club group ride at Buffalo Pound. Ride starts at 8:30 Lower Chalet. The ride will separate into a novice and intermediate groups. Sign up so we can ensure a ride leader is there for each level. Ride details are posted in Cycle Club, sign-up and complete the health check.

Pedals Ride (June 30th) – meet at the bridge for 9am trail ride. This is Moose Jaw’s only ladies only group trail ride. Bring water, bike and helmet. Also sign up in the app.

Thursday Night Ride (July 1st) – meet at the 7th Avenue bridge at 6:15 pm. The ride will separate into a novice and intermediate groups. This is a trail ride and will be 60-90 minutes, enjoying the trails in Wakamow Valley. Trail conditions are AWESOME! A mountain bike is most suitable for this ride. Bring water and wear your helmet! Sign up in the app so that leaders for both ride groups are avaible to the ride.

Prairie Pedals – Ladies Only Recreation Trail Ride

Prairie Pedals

Moose Jaw Pavers is now hosting a recreation ride for fitness, education, community, nature appreciation, and just plain fun. The weekly trail ride, led by an experienced rider, is offered in and around Wakamow Valley with the chance to do occasional rides at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park Trails. The 60-90 minute ride takes place in the Spring, Summer, and Fall and is focused on the beginner rider, but suitable for all levels with options to shorten or lengthen the ride depending on fitness. All ride participants are required to wear a helmet, bring water, snacks, and a bike in good working order. A mountain bike is ideal for the ride but a hybrid will also be suitable.

All ability and fitness levels are invited to come out to discover trails, learn biking tips, and have fun. If you aren’t sure if you fit in, come out and try a ride. While this is a club ride and the insurance requires the majority of the participants be members,, we can accommodate some non-members each ride to try it out. Simply complete the non-member waiver and bring it with you. You can participate in up to 3 club rides per year. We are sure you will be hooked and will want to join the Pavers.

The first ride will be on Monday April 15th @ 915. Meeting at the bottom of 7th Avenue. If you have any questions please contact us by email.

Registration – Learn2MTB

Registration is open for the 2019 Learn2MTB program. This is a fun and well coached program to get youth out enjoying trails and bikes!

  • For kids 8+ at any skill level who are able to ride their bike.
  • Coaching is provided by NCCP accredited coach.
  • Program is intended to teach the riding skills needed to ride dirt bike trails
  • Start time is at 10 am and the riding and instruction will be about 1 hour every Saturday morning in May and June. First date is May 4, 2019. Check out the facebook event for more details.
  • For more information check out
  • All participants must be members of the Saskatchewan Cycling Association and Moose Jaw Pavers. Membership can be obtained at the time of registration.

Register your rider online (select this link)

And So Begins The 2018 Riding Season

Yeah – spring weather is finally here and it is time to get outside and ride. There are lots of fun activities planned for this year including an IMBA Trail Care weekend in early July (more to follow) but this will be an excellent weekend around sustainable trails and work on a trail project from the leaders in sustainable trails. Club memberships are now live so get your membership (https://moosejawpavers.ca/join-the-pavers/).

The Pavers will be hosting 2 races this year. The Spring Classic is May 5-6 and will follow the traditional format for the event. If you are not planning on racing that weekend we will need volunteers to set up/tear down the Crit course and be a marshal at the crit and road race. Details on volunteering will be sent out separately. The second race is the Buffalo Pounder on June 10 and we will need race day volunteers for that as well.

2018 Group rides!!! Riding bikes are fun and it is fun to do with a group. For group road rides this year I (Rob) will lead one ride per week, it will be either a Wednesday (@615) or Saturday morning and the ride will be sent out on Monday. If someone would like to lead the second ride please let me know. The rides will meet at Safeway Starbuck patio. Ride time and route to be decided based on weather (wind).

2018 also marks the return of youth cycling development. After a short break, the Learn2MTB program is rollin again. This will start on May 5. Details and registration are available at https://moosejawpavers.ca/events/mountain-biking-development/.

Fridays are #ferdagirls and a Paver membership is your ticket to ride. Last year this was a fun ladies led ride at Buffalo Pound.

Volunteers Prizes!!! Last year Ray won a sweet Norco Fatbike for his countless hours performing trail maintenance at Buffalo Pound. The prize for this year is still being finalized. It could be a bike or it may be a gift card but it will be awesome. To win you need to volunteer at a race, lead a group ride or assist with some trail maintenance. Details will be posted on the website when the prize is finalized.

Ride ON!



Spring Classic – Race Director

Each spring the Pavers do a fantastic job hosting the first road racing event in Saskatchewan.  Racers from across Saskatchewan and some from Alberta and Manitoba are one the start line.  This years event needs a volunteer race director to coordinate and plan the event.  Larry G. has been doing this for the last few years and will be able to assist.  I will also be a resource to set up the registration and look after the paperwork end of the event.  In addition to the glory of being the race director you will also receive and honorarium and since being a race director also demonstrates being a great volunteer you receive extra entries for the volunteer appreciation bike draw at the AGM.

The 2017 edition of the Spring Classic is May 6 -7 and it would be great to have a race director in place as soon as possible.  Please contact me directly.