Minnesota Bike and Ski Events
Find your favorite Minnesota bike and ski event here.
We’ll do our best to update this calendar when we find out an event has been cancelled, postponed or changed.
The Heywood gravel cycling event offers challenging, beautiful routes of 55, 110, 165, and 380 miles through beautiful, rural southeastern Minnesota.
Le Grand represents one of the most amazing gravel courses in the United States.
The Extreme North Dakota Terrifically Intense Country Classic is a self-supported gravel race through the hills of western Minnesota.
A solo, single-stage, unsupported 1,200 mile road bikepacking challenge around Minnesota.
The Freedhem 76 is a free and unsupported ride, which means no support, no sag stops, and no support vehicles.
Hailed as "the best supported unsupported gravel ride in the world".
The ride supports SAVE's mission to prevent suicide through public awareness and education.
For those looking to try this unique style of racing for the first time, the Heck Bikepacking Race will be a perfect test.
Heck of the North is an endurance gravel race held annually on Minnesota's North Shore.