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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.
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.  
The Minneapolis Bike Tour starts and ends at beautiful Boom Island and features multiple fully supported routes that take riders through the spectacular park and byway system of Minneapolis at their own pace, traffic free! Proceeds from the Minneapolis Bike Tour will benefit bike safety and education events for Minneapolis youth as well as bike trail improvement projects throughout the system...
This annual ride is sponsored by HBC and D'Amico's Restaurant. Routes cover western metro area. Entry fee includes tasty Italian lunch at ride conclusion. Multiple supported rest stops, with refreshments. Distances: 29/45/62 miles.   
Join us for the Twin Cities Tour de Cure at Boom Island Park. A day full of fun and excitement where riders of all levels join forces and raise funds for diabetes research, education and advocacy in support of the American Diabetes Association. Registration Fee: $25-$35 with a fundraising component. Distances: 7, 18, 29, 43, 62, 100 paved miles   
Discover traffic-free glee on Minnesota's biggest bike tour!. Last year, more than 5,500 riders came from miles away to enjoy a wonderful ride through Saint Paul, Minnesota.
TCBC's annual Watermelon Ride offers options of 15, 25, and 50-mile routes.The Twin Cities Bicycling Club's annual holiday ride in the northeast metro is a family favorite. Routes are fully supported with a picnic lunch near the end.  
Tour de Tonka is a scenic bike ride that travels throughthe Lake Minnetonka area and its surrounding communities. With 6 differentroute options, there is a ride for everyone! Celebrate the sport of cyclingwith family, friends and neighbors.  Distances: 16, 28, 49, 57, 77, or 100 miles.
Bike MS: Twin Cities Ride is a must-do for any cyclist. More than1,000 riders choose their own challenge -biking 15, 30 or 45 miles through Minneapolis for one cause: a world free of MS.  The Bike MS team is ready to give you all we've got: choice urban routes, an exciting start and finish, free T-shirts, stocked rest stops, route support, food trucks, live music and fun photo opps.
Hardwood Creek    The 8-mile-long Hardwood Creek Trail begins where the Sunrise Prairie Trail ends, so cyclists can pedal nearly 25 miles on one cycling excursion. Beginning just across the highway from the end of the Sunrise Prairie Trail in Forest Lake, the Hardwood Creek Trail ends in Hugo.    The trail ends in Hugo; there’s a parking area on the west side of the trail that you can use as a...

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