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Minnesota Bike Trails

It doesn’t matter why you hit the trails or how you ride, there’s a place for you in Minnesota. Whether you take the kids for a spin around the lake or your tent for a multi-day tour, our guide will give you all kinds of ideas for exploration.

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Read stories about Minnesota’s bike trails in the MN Miles Blog:

Trail Pairings: A Visit to Preston, MN

We visited the Root River Harmony-Preston Valley trail system to pair our ride with two breweries.

Trail Pairings: Luce Line State Trail

Hutchinson, MN is home to the Luce Line State Trail and 3BC Brewing. A perfect fall combination.

Trail Pairings: Douglas State Trail

Minnesota’s Douglas State Trail: A short ride with plenty of rewards.

Trail Pairings: Rendezvous Brewing

If you’re into loop rides and craft beers, you should visit Paul Bunyan and his sweetheart, Lucette.

Trail Pairings: Stillwater

The iconic 1931 Stillwater Lift Bridge has been reimagined as a bike and pedestrian crossing. Imagine pairing a ride on the new loop trail with a visit to two Stillwater breweries.

An Iron Range Weekend

The new Redhead Mountain Bike Park opened a few weeks ago and the Mesabi Trail has added more miles. Time to visit the Iron Range again.

Physically Distant on the Dairyland Trail

If you’re ready to ditch the crowds and get some gravel, central Minnesota’s Dairyland Trail fits the bill.

Trail Pairings: Bad Habit Brewing Co

A ride on the Lake Wobegon Trail pairs very well with a visit to Bad Habit Brewing in Saint Joseph.

Trail Pairings: Take 16 Brewing Co

In the far southeastern corner of Minnesota, a trip to Blue Mounds State Park finishes off nicely at Take 16 Brewing Co.

Trail Pairings: Brau Brothers Brewing Co

There’s a beer-dispensing fire truck at Brau Brothers in Marshall, MN. Just what I needed after hitting the Camden Trail.

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