Weekend Round Up, Top Five Places to Pedal

bike trail

It’s all about the bike, and pedals

Stillwater

Food truck on a Bike Trail = Fantastic Idea! Grand opening celebration of Gateway Trailside in Stillwater on the Gateway-Brown’s Creek Trail Association. Saturday, July 25 11-7pm. Bike, roller blade, or ride your horse to this secret spot along the bike trail! Near Hwy 96 and Lansing Ave by Stillwater Oaks Golf Course.

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Coates

Ride Like a Girl Cycling is hosting a women’s only gravel ride that is a great opportunity for gravel veterans and newbies alike.  The Dirty Girl Adventure Gravel Ride takes place on Sunday, August 23rd where it will start and finish at the House of Coates in Coates. This free ride is a 30 mile trip that will take riders on a variety of surfaces including gravel, sand, dirt, mud and pavement through some beautiful countryside.

http://mnbiketrailnavigator.blogspot.com/

Minneapolis, Historic Fort Snelling to Minnehaha Falls  Before your ride, explore the 1820s military outpost, then make your way to beautiful Minnehaha Park. Enjoy your accomplishment by listening to a concert in the bandshell and soaking in the majestic Minnehaha Falls.

Click here for more Minneapolis:

http://www.minneapolis.org/top-spots-minneapolis-bike-routes

Lanesboro

The Root River & Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail system, located in the Southeast “toe” of MN, offers 60 miles of outstanding views of soaring limestone bluffs and Fillmore County’s rural landscape. Wildlife is abundant and sightings of wild turkey, deer, hawks, bald eagles and turkey vultures are common. Built on abandoned railroad grade, the Root River Bike Trail is level for more than 27 of the 60 miles. Lanesboro is an excellent starting point from which to experience the trail by biking or in-line skating. You can select your preferred Bike Trail Package and discover the extraordinary, unspoiled beauty of bluff country!

http://www.lanesboro.com/what-to-do/outdoor-recreation/biking#1

Pick your own adventure

http://www.exploreminnesota.com/things-to-do/biking/

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