Biking

The Salsa Oremageddon mountain bike race has varying levels of difficulty with intense twists, turns and vertical climbs on the Cuyuna red dirt singletrack. Distances: 12, 25 and 50 miles  
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.  Distance: 17 miles  
  It's the 30th anniversary of the Tour of Lakes! This is a loop ride through the scenic Brainerd Lakes area. with a new route each year. Registration includes: route choices of 35 or 66 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 three-day bicycle event to raise vital funds for HIV/AIDS services, treatment, prevention and awareness. This year's Ride will be traveling from Minneapolis to Forest Lake, Camp One Heartland Center, and ending in Duluth.  
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 back and better than ever!  This year, our event will take participants on a lovely route at Elm Creek Park. PurpleRideStride includes a 25-mile bike ride, an 8-mile bike ride, 5K run/walk, and a 1-mile family-friendly walk.
The Malanzo 50, Almanzo 100, Royal 162 and Alexander 380 are self-supported gravel road races. Free events open to anyone.  
BAM riders enjoy rolling over paved, low-traffic roads and bikeways to take in the beauty that abounds in this 'home of 10,000 lakes.' Each year the route moves to a different region of Minnesota to promote the wonderful communities there. BAM's goals as a nonprofit are to promote Share the Road, bicycle safety, fitness, state tourism and the Scenic Bikeways System in Minnesota, and bicycling as...
This ride is hailed by riders as one of the most scenic and hospitable rides in Minnesota! With four ride options, this ride is perfect for families, novice bike riders, and experienced riders.  All rides begin and end at the Crow River Winery which connects with the Luce Line Trail. TCBC approved outreach ride.  

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