Codiac Cyclones Speed Skating Club

Reserve your Spot Today!

Fall 2016 Learn to Skate (LTS), Speed Skate Fundamentals (Group B) & the Advanced Speed Skating Program (Group A) Registration is Open!

Only 38 skaters will be allowed in our Fall 2016 / Winter 2017 Learn to skate (LTS) program. (Spots availability is subject to change without notice based on skaters’ skill levels). LTS Skaters from our Winter 2016 session have first pick until May 15, 2016. Only paid LTS skaters receive a guaranteed spot in the LTS program. Remaining LTS spots for skaters become open to the public after May 15, 2016.


THANK YOU! – 2016 “Atlantic Canadian Short Track Championship”
February 6 & 7, AJL Arena in Dieppe, NB

Congratulations to Bert Cunniff from Moncton, NB who won the 2016 Codiac Cyclones raffle draw!

Congratulations to Mr. Bert Cunniff (Right) from Moncton, NB who won the 2016 Codiac Cyclones raffle draw on Feb. 7th, 2016.

Special Thanks! The Codiac Cyclones would like to extend a special thanks to all participating athletes, parents, family members, meet officials, volunteers and our sponsors for making this two day event on of the best ones in recent memory. We hope to see you all again in 2017!


Learn to Skate (LTS) Program for Children
***Winter 2016 LTS Program is Full***

GOOD NEWS!!
We are now accepting applications
for Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 (Click Here)

Get the ball rolling to get your spot Today! (Click Here)

The Winter 2016 Learn to Skate program is full,
you can pre-register for the Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 Sessions

Need more Info? Click Here


If you have a child who wants to Learn to Skate and have fun at the same time, the Codiac Cyclone LTS program will prove to be one of the best ice experiences for your child. (Click Here to learn more)

Register your child today for the Fall 2016 season!  Learn to Skate program is offered at the AJL Arena in Dieppe. Scheduled Ice time: Sunday mornings from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm at the AJL arena (Olympic ice rink) in Dieppe NB.  (Click here for more information)

PDF Registrations Forms: (Click Here)


Registration forms (Click Here)

Codiac Cyclones Speed Skating - Dieppe Moncton RiverviewSpeed Skating… Think Fun! Think Fast!

  • Have you ever wanted to skate as fast as you can? 
  • Are you looking for a sport that allows all ages and abilities to participate in the same club? 
  • Do you want to improve your skating skills? 
  • Do you love racing on skates?

If you said “YES” to any of these questions…
… then The Codiac Cyclones Speed Skating Club is for you!

Building_CharacterSkating programs are offered to children age four and up, as well as adolescents, adults and special olympians.

Speed skating is a fun sport that develops strength, endurance, coordination, concentration and cardiovascular capacity. It’s an activity for all ages that the whole family can enjoy.

We offer programs at both recreational and competitive levels. Competitive skaters race in meets which are hosted by different clubs within the province. Unlike other ice sports, skaters are grouped according to ability and not age or gender, which positively reinforces each skater’s development. It is wonderful to see new friendships blooming among the kids and the parents at these events.


IMG_6744For NEWExisting Speed Skating Members:

Open to all new and returning members, our exciting 2016 winter speed skating season started on Tuesday January 5, 2016 at the AJL Arena in Dieppe. (Click Here) for your registration form. The last practice of the season will be March 24, 2016.

Club Calendar (Click Here) or for additional information please (Contact Us). 


Give it a FREE TRY in 2016!

NEW! The Codiac Cyclones is offering three (3) FREE introductory on-ice “Speed Skating” sessions to unregistered members!

Simply contact us by (clicking here) to let us know when you would like to attend so that we can get skates ready for you (depending on availability).

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The club has been in the region for over 40 years serving Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview.

The Codiac Cyclones speed skating club has been based at the A. J. LeBlanc Centre in Dieppe since 2001.