Bike Opener starts at Red Bridge Park and on the Heartland Trail.Registration begins at 8 AM, event will close at 3 PM. Distances are 2-10 miles with rest stop stations at Dorset and Nevis. This is a free event with fun activities for the kids.
Welcome to the 44th annual Tour of Minnesota, formerly the Klobuchar Bike Ride. The ride will start in Willmar at the Willmar Civic Center, continue to Morris, Fergus Falls, Alexandria with a day off in Alexandria, Little Falls, St. Cloud and back to Willmar. Daily mileage will range from 45 miles to about 80 miles with an average of about 60 miles per day.    
Starts and ends at Le Bourget Park. 
Enjoy the fall colors and great apple refreshments at all the rest stops including caramel apples! Enjoy Moonshine Madness in Osakis the same day as our ride. Spend the day with us riding the great Lake Wobegon Trail Country!      
See the Minnesota State Flower, the Pink and White Showy Lady's Slipper in full bloom. This is a short ride  - about 6 miles round trip- to see the beautiful lady's slipper orchids growing along the Lake Wobegon Trail. It's a free ride, but donations will be accepted.
This is our annual "Beginning of Summer" ride on the trail. We'll have the usual three options for riders; east to Avon, Collegeville & St Joe, west to Freeport, and of course, north to Holdingford and the covered bridge, then on the Soo Line Trail to Bowlus and Blanchard Dam on the Mighty Mississippi River. As always the best Caramel Rolls you can find anywhere will be available at all the...
The premier fall event in Northern Minnesota, the Headwaters 100 has something for everyone. The 100 mile and 75 mile rides feature the brilliant fall colors at Itasca State Park. Families love the shorter 45 mile route. We have riders of all ages, and encourage you to join us! We offer lots of support throughout all stages of the ride.
The Cuyuna Lakes State Trail is a 7-mile mile paved trail beginning at  the Croft Historic Mine Museum just north of Crosby and travels to Ironton and Riverton through the Cuyuna Country Recreation Area with its abandoned mines, deep, clear lakes and pine forests.



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