Bike Pic: Sep 18
This bike pic Tuesday cyclist ride in wet weather, keeps smiling
HFB MN Guide
This handy bike guide offers free maps of fun destinations in Minnesota to explore and also includes hundreds of events to participate in for your #NextBikeAdventure.
HFB IA Guide
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From the Blog
As summer slips into fall this coming Sunday, here are several more bike events September 19th through the 24th, here in the upper Midwest. With fall now approaching, on Sept 22nd, you will notice cooler temps and more colors as the season progresses.
In Silver Bay, along Lake Superior, there is still time to make some outdoor memories with fall color season soon approaching. With your bike, make your way into northeastern Minnesota Arrowhead region and soon you will find yourself enjoying the fall colors at the heart of the North Shore.
Sadly, it is sometimes unavoidable to ride in the rain. In my experience, the rain actually waits for me to get as far from home as possible before starting. So, when you do get caught in the rain, how do you protect your bike from the damages of water? Read on for a few helpful bike maintenance tips.
Your favorite music keeps you pedaling in high spirits through the toughest rides like nothing else. So how do you bring your favorite tunes along with limited space while riding a bike? Take a look at these few tips below about some of the most popular options.
Don't put that bike away just yet! Fall color riding is one of the best times in the upper Midwest to explore all the bike-friendly destinations. With warm days and cool nights, low humidity, very few insects and the brilliant autumn colors the trees provide, fall riding can be picture-perfect.
From the Promenade in Edina, MN, the new paved trail system along the Nine Mile Creek watershed is fun to explore. Pedaling west, you can safely ride over two freeways and connect to another regional trail hub in Hopkins. Along the way, this new corridor utilizes several wooden trail structures to straddle the bed of the creek giving you a birds-eye view of nature. Pedaling east out of Edina and the trail takes you to the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge. Either way, it's a fun ride for the entire family.