Biking

The premier mountain bike race of the season.
Easy,paved trail ride around beautiful Lake Bemidji, features a rolling start time, food, music, and activities at rest stations along the way. Registration includes food, music, and photo ops on a scenic route. Paperregistrations and same day registrations available for an additional fee. Distance: 17 miles  
This is a loop ride through the scenic Brainerd Lakes area starting at Crosby/Ironton High School. Registration includes: route choices of 35 or 65 miles. T-shirt, route maps, rest stops and SAG provided.  
This bicycle tour celebrates the Mississippi River Trail Bikeway (MRT). On our departure morning we will dip our tires at the headwaters, and follow it all the way to LaCrosse, WI for a paddleboat cruise and sunset return trip on the Amtrak Empire Builder.  Distances: ~50 miles per day  
Red Ribbon Ride is a fully supported 4-day, 300-mile bike ride to raise vital funds for HIV/AIDS services, treatment, prevention and awareness. Whether you are first time rider, experienced veteran, looking for a physical challenge or have a connection to the cause the Red Ribbon Ride is for you.  
Ride the Ridges will take riders through some of the most scenic areas in Southeastern Minnesota, from lush valleys along streams to bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River. Four routes, ranging from short to a century. Each route has hills and valleys and spectacular views.
PurpleRideStride is a signature event of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. It is one of the largest events held each year by the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. A 5k run and walk is part of the celebration. Distances: 50, 25, 8 miles   
The Almanzo 100 and the Royal 162 on Saturday  as well as the Alexander 380 on Friday are self-supported gravel road races, through the rolling farmland and bluff country of SE Minnesota. The races are part of Wilderfest in Spring Valley. This is a free event. Website: www.almanzo100.bike
Bicycling Around Minnesota (BAM) is heading to the Iron Range in NortheasternMinnesota in 2018! Dates of the tour are Thursday, August 9 to Sunday, August12. Online registration opens on February 7, 2018, at 7 PM CST. This tourgenerally fills quickly, so register early!
This ride is hailed by riders as one of the most scenic and hospitable rides in Minnesota! With three ride options, this ride is perfect for families, novice bike riders, and experienced riders. NEW this year: All rides will begin and end at the Crow River Winery.  Distances: 12, 25, 50 miles on roads and paved trail.  

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