A scenic "urban" tour of Winona's parks and trails with visits to Goodview Lake, Prairie Island Park and Latsch Island. The goal of the Tour de Water is to highlight current and future bicycle infrastructure, recreational opportunities and environmental organizations working to keep our lakes, streams, and rivers healthy.
Distances: 5,10, 15, 20 miles
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.
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.
A family-friendly race on Strider Bikes for kids ages two to five.
Two to four laps with a Le Mans start.
Penn Cycle will again be celebrating Global Fat Bike Day with a ride through the Minnesota River Bottoms. The ride will be led by the Penn Cycle Mountain Bike Team and travel along the river to Nine Mile Creek and back. Lunch and beverages will be provided by Penn Cycle at the Sorenson Landing at the Lyndale Ave parking lot. This will be a moderate pace/no-drop ride of about 20 miles. Meet at the...
Meet us for a group fat bike ride in honor of Global Fat Bike Day! There will be different groups, so you are sure to find one that is your speed. Food and beer at the shop when you get back.
Global Fat Bike Day ride from the shop. This is casual/social paced ride leaving the shop at 1:00 pm and returning around 4:00 pm. Depending on the weather and conditions we will ride out to our local trails and spend some time on the dirt or ,hopefully, snow! This ride is open to anyone and everyone that has a Fat Bike.