Biking

Wahoo! Adventures welcomes you to join us for this boutique style at-your-own pace ride through northern Minnesota as we follow the Mississippi River and wind our way through history, wildlife, and local folklore.  You will pedal, hike, and canoe the land of 10,000 lakes as we begin our adventure in Minnesota's oldest and largest state park, Itasca.    Highlights of this tour include: 
Celebrating Bemidji as a Bicycle Friendly Community! Bring the family, co-workers and friends for this family-friendly bike ride around beautiful Lake Bemidji, through Lake Bemidji State Park and across the Mississippi River. This 17-mile easy route features food, music, activities, photo ops at rest stations along the way.  Flat, paved trail looping Lake Bemidji, with a segment on road shoulder...
The Northland Fat Bike Rally is planned to start at 11 a.m. and end by 2:30pm on Saturday, March 3, 2018. The rally is free with a requested food or cash donation to the Bemidji Food Shelf. The rally will begin with a mass start on Lake Bemidji and head up Rocky Point Trail and traverse park trails for either a 10k route or 28k route. Non-racers are welcome--please come out and learn all about...
Explore the beautiful variety of landscapes that Minnesota has to offer on Tour de Hugo! Catch glimpses of lakes and ponds as you tour through prairie, farmlands, and forests.  The rides start and finish at Hugo City Hall, a quick 25 minute drive north from downtown St. Paul.  Enjoy the stunning fall colors, which are likely to be at full peak.
This three-day celebration of all things bike has something for everyone:  Road rides, gravel rides, slow rolls, drag races, time trials, bike rodeos, and vintage bike rides with free vintage loaners. The three-day program is full of events, so check the website for details and explore Alexandria by bike!      
Chainbreaker is a grassroots bike tour that raises money for life-saving cancer research.Four route options are available to appeal to all levels of cycling strength from approximately 25 to 180 miles.   
The communities of Willmar, Spicer and New London are coming together for a community bike ride. Mayors from Spicer, New London and Willmar will be leading a ride starting at 5:00pm in each of their communities. Each group will meet in New London at Goat Ridge Brewery for a picnic. The ride and picnic is free, but participants need to pre-register.To register please call (320) 235-3552 or email...
This year's routes begin at Mayo High School and takes you through some of the beautiful wide open spaces surrounding Rochester, Minnesota. There is a ride for every level. Choose one of two Family Fun Rides and get your whole family moving together. There will be routes ranging from 7 miles all the way up to 100 miles. 
The Habitat 500 is a bicycle ride (not a race) and fundraiser that covers 500 miles over the course of 7 days. Each rider raises funds from family members, friends, businesses, and church/community groups and designates them to the local or global Habitat for Humanity office they wish to support. This ride is coordinated and hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Minnesota.
The Family Bike Cruise is an opportunity for cyclists ofall levels to enjoy some time on the roads of Steele County, and whenfinished, enjoy some of the best barbecue and blues music to hit the State ofMn! This event supports Special Olympics. Tee shirts for all whopre-register, including family members who register. Distances: 8, 27, 40 miles Prices: $10 individual or family

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