This participant above, like many others at Open Streets Minneapolis, on East Lake St., Aug. 2nd, found the event fun to bike, as many enjoyed the walk.
With eight locations to participate in this year, from June 7th, through September 26th, Open Streets Minneapolis was a huge success showcasing the communities of the city and their bike/walk programs. Along with miles of places to walk, Minneapolis offers bicyclist more than 118 miles of on-street bikeways and 92 miles of off-street bikeways. This multi-street event also demonstrates the many opportunities residents and visitors alike have for commuting options and fun places to go on a family bike ride.
See more on the future of Open Streets Minneapolis here.
Thanks for viewing the Bike Pic of the Day here at HaveFunBiking, hope you enjoy the photo?
Now, rolling into our 10th year as a bicycle media, our goal is to continue to encourage more people to bike, while showcasing unforgettable places to ride. As we search and post more fun photos worth a grin, scroll through the information and stories we have posted to help you find your next adventure. Then, if you see us along a paved or mountain bike trail, next to the route you regularly commute, or at an event you plan to attend with your bike, be prepared to smile. You never know where camera will be and what we will posted next!
Do you have a fun photo of yourself or someone you know that you would like to see us publish? If so, please send it our way and we may use it. Send your picture(s) to editor@HaveFunBiking.com with a brief caption (of each), including who is in the photo (if you know) and where it was taken. Photo(s) should be at least 620 pixels wide for us to post. If we use your photo, you will receive photo credit and an acknowledgment on Facebook and Instagram.
As HaveFunBiking continues to encourage more people to ride, please reference our blog and the annual bike guide to find your next adventure. We are proud of the updated, at-a-glance information, and maps we are known for in the Destination section of our website. Now, as the Bike/Hike Guide goes into its seventh year of production, we are adding a whole new dimension of bicycle tourism information available for mobile device. Plus, beginning September 2015, this year’s e-version of the Guide will move to quarterly editions where you may see some additional bike pics posted.
Bookmark HaveFunBiking.com and find your next adventure – we may capture you in a pic to post!