Biking

You'll ride with friends 45 miles visiting the trail towns of Merrifield, Nisswa and Pequot Lakes with BACON STOPS along the way and lots of cold Minnesota craft beer and drinks to wash it down! PAUL'S BACON RIDE registration is $50, includes:
The second annual Global Fat Bike Day in St. Cloud  is a poker ride to explore the trails of south and east St. Cloud. After the ride there’ll be a fundraiser raffle for the Mid MN Cycling Club at Beaver Island Brewing Company.   
This "urban" ride will familiarize participants withLake Winona and it's 5.2 mile bike path surrounding both portions of thelake. Riders are encouraged to complete two full laps of the path for a 10.4mile ride. For a more thorough view of the other parks and waterways that theWinona/Goodview communities offer, cyclists can pedal out to Goodview Lakeand Prairie Island to ride along the Mississippi...
The race will start on Lake Minnetonka and end at Excelsior Brewing Company. There is a 3" minimum tire width requirement (Fatties Only). The race will start at 2pm. Entrance is limited to 200 participants and registration is $10 (non-refundable), with all proceeds being donated to charity, and all racers get a free pint glass.
The North Star Grand Prix is a five-day stage race that draws racers from all parts of the US and tens of thousands of spectators. An amateur and youth race, live music and family activities are part of the celebrations.   St. Paul Riverfront Time Trial-June 12St. Paul Grand Ave. Criterium-June 12Cannon Falls Road Race-June 13Uptown Minneapolis Criterium-June 14North Mankato Road Race-June...
The Miesville FiftySix is a 56-mile gravel road ride through some of the most beautiful parts of Dakota County and the Cannon River Valley. A free event. Participation is capped at 350 riders.    
100-mile, self-supported race between Lakeville and Faribault on a variety of roadsand trails. Riders are encouraged to donate to a charitable cause.
The Alexander 380 is a self-supported 380-mile gravel road race in southeastern Minnesota. A free event.
A family-friendly race on Strider Bikes for kids ages two to five.
Two to four laps with a Le Mans start.

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