The Central Lakes Cycle 24/7 Duathlon will take place in Fergus Falls, on paved roads and the scenic paved Central Lakes Trail. The course, that starts at Central Lakes Cycle, will be a 20 bike ride on county paved roads and the The Central Lakes Trail, followed by a 4 mile run on trails and paved roads, finishing with a 7 mile bike sprint on paved roads. The 5k will be a flat, mostly paved...
Join the Crew for this family-friendly ride. It'll be a day of riding, live music, prize drawings and games.
Beautiful roads. Big trees. Quiet lakes. The headwaters of our nation's greatest river. Delicious food. Excellent organization. New cycling friends. The Tour De Pines is a beautiful single day bike tour in Northern Minnesota, in and around Itasca State Park.
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.
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.
Starts and ends at Le Bourget Park.
Enjoy the fall colors and great apple refreshments at all the rest stops including caramel apples! Spend the day 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.