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South Canoe and Rubberhead Maps Now Available at Skookum

The SCC with cooperation from the Shuswap Trail Alliance and CSRD have produced some printed maps showing the trails and suggested rides for South Canoe and Rubberhead.

Cost is only $5 or by donation, available at Skookum.


By | 2018-05-14T13:45:28+00:00 May 14th, 2018|Information|0 Comments

Salty Street Fest and the SCC Bike Swap

Salty Street Fest is just around the corner and the Shuswap Cycling Club will be there!

SCC’s Bike Swap

The SCC is hosting our annual Bike Swap. Bring your bikes down to sell or come on down and have a look to see what’s available.

  • Dop-off 9am-11am
  • Sales 11am-2pm
  • Cash-out 2:30pm


Other Events

This a fun family bike carnival happening, ride your bike downtown, we will have bike only parking available! Come visit the SCC BBQ as well.

There will be face painting, balloon guy, bike decorating and parade, bike art for kids, kids play zones, pump track, live music, 4H family scavenger hunt, Demille’s petting zoo, clowns, Silver Star & Sun Peaks bike resorts, and more!


By | 2018-05-07T15:31:31+00:00 May 7th, 2018|Events|0 Comments

Temporary Trail Closures at South Canoe – Lumpy

Canoe Forest Products will be falling road right-of-way adjacent to the Lumpy Mtn Bike trail (next to the ‘gap jump’) which entails closing Lumpy this Thursday and Friday (May 3rd and 4th) and possibly Monday May 7th.  Riders are asked to respect the closer from 6am to 3pm on these days. The closure will be taken down as soon as the works are complete.  These works will not have any impact on the Salty Dog race or the high school XC at the end of May.

By | 2018-05-02T19:08:05+00:00 May 2nd, 2018|Information|0 Comments

Logging on Rubberhead Starting Monday Apr 30

Effective immediately,  Canoe Forest Products will be harvesting at approximately 4km on the 110.000 FSR.   Harvesting will affect the following trails: Double D climb trail, Black Dog and Warrens Trail.   Trail closure signs are posted at the bottom of Double D / Pig Landing, at the junction of Warrens and Double D and at the junction of Double D and the 110.000 FSR.  Black Dog is closed at the start and at the junction of Warrens trail.

Harvesting is scheduled for the next few weeks.   As the 110.000 FSR will become extremely busy with logging trucks Mon – Fri 4am – 6pm trail users are asked to avoid the Rubber head area during this time period.

By | 2018-04-30T12:39:57+00:00 April 30th, 2018|Information|0 Comments

Volunteers Needed for Salty Street Fest

Salty Street Fest is just around the corner and we need your help with some of the Club contributions. The Club is running the Bike Swap, Bike Valet, and BBQ.

If you can help for an hour or more, please put your name on one of the coloured time slots on this spreadsheet, or email us at [email protected]

Volunteers receive our eternal gratitude and free BBQ! Sign Up Spreadsheet

By | 2018-04-24T20:42:00+00:00 April 24th, 2018|Events|0 Comments

The Moment – Movie Night with SCC

Shuswap Cycling Club’s
Movie Night Fundraiser
Fri. May 25, Salmar Classic

Presented by Shuswap Tourism & SCC

The Shuswap Cycling Club is hosting a
Movie Night this Friday, May 25th, at the Salmar Classic.
Don’t Miss Out!

What: The Moment, a BC produced movie about the early days of mountain biking/freeriding on the North Shore of Vancouver and other BC locations.

When: This Friday, May 25th – Doors open at 6pm, showtime at 6:30, Crannog & Barley Station beer onsite!

Tickets: At Skookum or at the door Friday night (5:30 – 6:25 pm), only $10 for U17, and $15 for everybody else.

Where: The Salmar Classic, 360 Alexander St.

Bonus: Kona freeride athlete  Graham Agassiz will be signing his Kona Poster’s on site!

More Info:

  • This film is the origin story of a small movement of mountain bikers and filmmakers who rose up, challenged the status quo, and turned the sport of cycling on its head. This is a story that has never been told, told by the people who lived it firsthand.
  • Meet local BC Pro Rider Graham Agassiz & featured rider in The Moment, for a poster signing.
  • Crannog and Barley Station beer will be […]
By | 2018-05-27T19:46:43+00:00 April 17th, 2018|Events, Featured|0 Comments

Bike For Your Life Update

Thanks to Ride 2018 Coordinators – Volunteers and past Volunteers!

20 local cyclists gathered on Thursday evening March 1 for a “Bike for Your Life and Beyond Cyclists’ Conversation” facilitated by Erik Bjorgan. A summary of our conversations is posted on the BFYL website. Please have a look!  

On March 8, twelve local cyclists met to put their bike tires on the road and committed to hosting a 2018 SABFYL Century Ride. Thank you to these new Ride Coordinators:

Dennis Charbonneau (new to the Shuswap), Tim Helle and Al Journeau who will coordinate Route Marking and Course Marshals – mentored by outgoing Coordinator Roger Beardmore.

Rob & Beth Savage will coordinate Aid Stations, biffies and P.A. sound system who have been mentored by outgoing Coordinator Ian Clay.

Dr. Dirk Breugem will coordinate Venue set up and take down and Musicians – mentored by outgoing Coordinator Pat Danforth.

Jim Maybee will coordinate the Ride’s Publicity, Website and Chair event host committee meetings – mentored by outgoing Coordinator George Zorn.

Thank you to Roger Beardmore, Nan Priddy, Pat Hutchins, Pat Danforth, Ian Clay, Chris Emel, Bev Wice, June Bryson, Carol Mikkelsen, Gail Clayton, Susan Rothlisberger, Lee Ann Wright, Sharon Fabro, Sherry Bowlby, Lee Anne Warmuth and George Zorn who have supported our community bike ride for some or all of the past 7 […]

By | 2018-04-08T16:37:55+00:00 April 8th, 2018|Meeting, Rides|0 Comments

Rubberhead Trail Nights

The Shuswap Cycling Club in association with Skookum Cycle and Ski will be hosting trail nights on the Rubberhead trail system. These will run every other Monday starting April 16th. We will be meeting at the 2.5km parking lot on the 110 FSR at 6pm.

We will be focusing on opening the trails for the spring. Hand pruning and raking trails as well as tread repairs as needed. Some tools will be provided, but please bring any tools you have. Only people who have Basic Chainsaw Operators Training will be able to operate a chainsaw during these nights.

By | 2018-04-04T19:30:43+00:00 April 4th, 2018|Trail Day|0 Comments
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