For the benefit of its members, partners and the general public,
Cycling PEI provides education and leadership that contributes to a
vibrant and healthy cycling experience on Prince Edward Island.
Who Are We?
Cycling PEI is a non-profit, volunteer-directed provincial body for
bicycling. We represent a large range of disciplines including road,
mountain bike, BMX and track in areas of recreation, youth and
competition. Cycling PEI is affiliated with the Union Cycliste
Internationale (UCI) through our partnership with the Canadian
Cycling Association (CCA) and is a member of the Atlantic Cycling
Center in Dieppe.
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Cycling Canada partner benefits are available to the wider membership, and we wanted to pass along the below information. This does not represent our wider list of partners, which can be found here, but rather the list of partners who have extended benefits to the wider Cycling Canada membership. Our partners love the opportunity to interact with the wider cycling community!
- Zenkai – ALL Cycling Canada members gain access to up to 25% off regular priced items via a newly launched “Club Cycling Canada”. Members can join the club and access discounts on Zenkai product by clicking the below link:
- Rack Attack – ALL Cycling Canada members gain access to a 10% discount on any racks on the Rack Attack website. They simply need to visit the link below and enter their UCI ID OR Provincial membership number to gain access.
- Tissot – During select promotional periods, Tissot will promote a promo code for all CC members to gain access to a discount on watches. This code will change from promo to promo, but we will be circulating info in our monthly newsletter and on our social media accounts as those promotions approach
CYCLING PEI is looking for a number of positions for our Cycling PEI Trails Division. We have a number of trail projects for 2021 that will be starting in late April or early May and some in June and July. Projects will be in Cardigan and Brudenell in the East and Green Park in Tyne Valley and Lennox Island in the West. We want to compile a list of interested people for these positions.
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Trail design Course coming up next week. Interested in trail design and working on Cycling PEI's multiple trail projects? This is an excellent opportunity to get your course in trail design and design principles. IMBA is the leading organization on trail design.
Less than 7 days until the
Outdoor Sport Institute
Online Trail School with
IMBA Trail Solutions
Learn about trail planning, design, and building from the comfort of your home in this multi-class online experience. You will learn: how to select the best terrain and plan amazing trails, how to design trails that deliver the experience you want, and how to use different construction techniques to build lasting trails. The course starts April 13th.
Sign up now! bit.ly/3mb5E1W #OnlineLearning
(Tip: If you are an organization, chapter, or club with multiple members interested in attending, please email email@example.com to learn about multi-registrant organizational discounts.)
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Our 2021 event calendar is now up at http://cpei.ca/events/. Be aware that the events and races may be postponed or cancelled at any time subject to Covid 19 restrictions and lock downs. Events may have additional precautions and adjusted start times and starting waves dependent on cohort and gathering numbers. Please be aware of this when registering for events. We encourage everyone to get their membership and event and race registration online this year at our new system with Zone 4.
Please do not register or get your membership through the old registration system linked to the website.
Online registration is now open for Cycling PEI 2021 membership and Rigid Riders options at
Event registration for all our events and series coming soon. In an effort to be more efficient and to minimize contact we encourage everyone to register online.
Cycling PEI Trails Division in partnership with the province is embarking on an campaign to educate ALL trail users on a few simple trail etiquette or courtesy principles to maximize ALL trail users experience.
These new trail courtesy signs were installed this week at the Cardigan trail and more will appear at other trail systems that we groom.