13 Minnesota Bike Events in the Next 12 Months

Sep 22, 2020News

 

2020 has been terrible year for bike events. Looking ahead into the next year, here’s a list of Minnesota bike events that are still going on, or have announced plans for 2021.

 

Pie Burner Fat Bike Ride

November 28, 2020
Hibbing, MN

Get together with your fat friends and burn off Thanksgiving transgressions. Facebook Page

 

St.Croix 40 Winter Ultra

January 16-17, 2021
Hinckley, MN

40km endurance race by foot, ski or fat bike at St. Croix State Park. Website

 

Fatbike Frozen Forty

Jan 23, 2021
Champlin, MN

A great mid-winter challenge on a course composed of 100% groomed single track at Elm Creek Park Reserve. Website

 

Arrowhead 135

January 25-27, 2021
International Falls, MN

135-mile ski, bike and run endurance race on the Arrowhead State Trail. Website

 

Fat Bike Vasaloppet

February 14, 2021
Mora, MN

Ride beautiful trails winding through the Vasaloppet Nordic Ski Center. Website

 

Minneapolis Bike Tour

2021
Minneapolis, MN

Details are yet TBD, but the 2021 Minneapolis Bike Tour will be back in a new format next year. Website

Minneapolis Bike Tour

Caramel Roll Ride

June 12, 2021
Albany, MN

The annual “Beginning of Summer” ride on the Lake Wobegon Trail on the second Saturday in June. Website

 

Lady Slipper Ride

June 19, 2021
Avon, MN

A short ride to see the Lady’s Slipper orchids growing along the Lake Wobegon Trail. Website

 

Tour de Bun Bike Classic

July 24, 2021
Montgomery, MN

Ride your bike Through the heart of Minnesota Czech Country. Website

 

Caramel Apple Ride

September 11, 2021
Sauk Centre, MN

Spend the day riding Lake Wobegon Trail Country always on the first Saturday after Labor Day. Website

 

Mora Bike Tour

September 18, 2021
Mora, MN

The annual Mora Bike Tour offer routes on gentle, rolling hills. Website

 

Ride the Ridges

September 18, 2021
Winona, MN

Ride through some of the most scenic areas in southeastern Minnesota. Website

 

Minnesota Iron Man Bike Ride

September 19, 2021
Minnesota

Minnesota’s long-running bike tradition returns.

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