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MN Ironman Bike Ride, a Spring Tradition This Sunday

Ride with old and new friends at this 49th Annnual event

A right of passage for many, that spring is officially here, the Minnesota Ironman Bike Ride will be returning to Washington County Fairgrounds this Sunday. With clear skies predicted for 49th Annual event, registration is still open for all ages to enjoy. Riders can choose one or several of the 14, 27, 29 or 60 route loop options to ride in the scenic St. Croix River Valley.

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Drumming Librarian’s Bike Tour Showcases South MN Fun

As the birds sang from the utility poles, riders enjoy southern MN roadways.

What a fun way to see some of Minnesota’s charm then on a bike, with old and new friends, touring several towns in southern Minnesota. Recently Bob Lincoln (the Drumming Librarian) from Tour of Minnesota shared with me final route plans for the June 12th – 19th adventure. Along the way riders will see: the cheese caves in Faribault; the vintage bikes in Austin; and a chance to try Pickleball in Albert Lea as you enjoy the all the components of a well-organized bike tour.

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Bike/Bird Minnesota’s Salt Lake Birding Festival

A biking family out birding with their children in tow.

With temperature predicted to be back into the 60’s, you will find the 40th Annual Salt Lake Birding event a fun place to explore. Consider packing up the bikes and family for a spring birding weekend in Western Minnesota’s Prairie Waters Region, this Saturday. With many birding haunts on local gravel roads, both fat and wide tired bikes work well to quietly approach the many species of birds returning to the area and a fun place to bike.

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