NEW! CAA Bike Assist
Whether you bike for enjoyment or you bike to work, getting stranded with a flat tire or a broken chain can be a problem. CAA’s got you covered with CAA Bike Assist – Roadside Assistance for your bicycle.
With CAA Bike Assist you can now use one of your Roadside Assistance calls to get help if your bike lets you down. It’s easy. Call CAA, show your membership card (or show your virtual card on the CAA App) and we will transport you and your bike to your required destination. It’s part of your CAA membership – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year!
For bike assistance call: 1.800.222.4357
A: CAA Bike Assist is offered across Saskatchewan where CAA provides roadside assistance. If you’ve gone off-roading, on a bike trail, or are too far out (in a Provincial or National Park, on a private or non-passable road), we won’t be able to reach you to provide service. We can only pick you and your bike up from the nearest reachable point.
A: Yes, you are able to use one of your regular CAA membership calls as part of bike assist. Bike Assist calls are given the same priority as Roadside Assistance calls for vehicles.
A: No, when responding to a Bike Assist call, the tow operator will pick you and your bike up and transport you to your destination or professional repair facility.
A: No, as the ownership of the bike cannot be verified. We also can’t transport your bike if you’re not there to secure it once we drop it off.
A: Bike Assist for children will only be serviced if the parent/guardian is with the child. However, as our fleet and contractors are not equipped with child seats (if required), alternative transportation would need to be arranged, which would be at the Member’s expense.