Can I buy club clothing?
Club clothing is for sale to club members. The club has an inventory of Jerseys, Bib Shorts, Jackets, Vests Etc.
Email Derek D’Angelo for more information at email@example.com
Who Can Join?
Although competitive in nature, the SCC welcomes all to try their hand at road racing. We try to promote a relaxed and friendly atmosphere to train and race, as traditionally "roadies" can be pretty "uptight!".
The Sudbury Cycling Club has coaches for all levels. Battista Muredda and Frank Battaion are listed on the OCA High Performance Coach List.
What do I need?
Helmets and road bikes mandatory (i.e., no mountain bikes). For safety reasons, aero bars may remain on bikes but cannot be used during track training times.
Do I have to wear a helmet?
The SCC fully endorses the wearing of approved and properly fitted bicycle helmets. The SCC has a policy stating that all SCC members must wear a helmet at all times while riding a bike. As a bicycle is a considered a vehicle, all SCC riders must also follow the rules of road as stated in the Highway and Traffic Act.
Does Sudbury Have a Mountain Bike Club?
Sudbury has two MTB Clubs. The Walden Mountain Bike Club and The Bush Pigs which run out of The Outside Store.
Does Sudbury Have a Triathlon Club?
Sudbury has two Tri Clubs. The Nickel City Triathlon Team, and Mike Coughlin runs a Tri Coaching service.
How do I benefit from joining the Sudbury Cycling Club?
There are many reasons for joining a well established club. I always respond by saying "Don't ask what cycling or a club can do for you ... but what you can do for cycling" - sound familiar?. That being said ... first off, it is hard to argue that there is not power in numbers. Individual members, the SCC and cycling in general all benefit from organization through advocacy and sharing of knowledge and information. Secondly, you can meet other people with the same interest and with more experience to learn from (i.e., repairs, technique, nutrition, coaching, bike fit, etc.,). Third, the SCC is Incorporated and affiliated with the both the Ontario and Canadian Cycling Associations, and as well, the City of Sudbury.