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Digital Bike/Hike Guide now quarterly

With expanded readership, more  bike events and destinations to explore throughout the year the Minnesota Bike/Hike Guide, in the digital version, is now updated and available quarterly, with this issue here.

The digital version of the fall 2015 Bike/Hike Guide.

The digital version of the fall 2015 Bike/Hike Guide.

Now, each season of the year HaveFunBiking (HFB) will update the guide with current content you are looking for. What you will find, in each digital issue of the Bike/Hike Guide are more up-to-date calendar listings: including recreational rides; races; and other types of fun bike related events; along with product  reviews and articles spotlighting destinations you will want to take your bike and explore.

After looking at this fall edition, please bookmark the site and watch for our winter edition, coming out late in November. In this next issue of the guide, along with an updated calendar event listings, checkout all the new gadgets and gear reviews in time for Christmas.

Now, rolling into our 10th year as a bicycle media, HaveFunBiking’s goal with both the print and digital versions of the Bike/Hike Guide is to continue to encourage more people to bike, while showcasing unforgettable places to ride. And with our blog, updated daily, we will continue to search and post more fun photos (worth a grin) and bike related info you are looking for. So scroll through the information and stories we post and find your next adventure.

Then, if you see us along a paved or mountain bike trail, next to a route you regularly commute by bike on or at a bicycle event be prepared to smile and wave. You never know where our camera’s will be and what we will post next, it could be a picture of you.

Have Fun!

MN Bike Guide Features More Mapped Adventures

The 2015 edition of the Minnesota Bike/Hike guide is now available digitally as the paper version is being shipped to many company employee groups, community centers, tourism bureaus, libraries and schools around the state. In its sixth year of production this year’s handy pocket guide format is filled with more bike destinations maps, events and links so you can easily find and plan your next bike adventure.

The cover shows a small child testing his balance skills at the 2014 Strider World Cup in St Cloud, Minn. photo: Tyler Lowthian

The cover shows a small child testing his balance skills at the 2014 Strider World Cup in St Cloud, Minn. photo: Tyler Lowthian

Click the handy e-version of the MN Bike/Hike Guide here to review or to bookmark to your hand held electronic devices for use on the go.

Both versions of this handy pocket-sized resource guide includes more bike related event listings, bike friendly maps with added landing page information, a kid’s safety section and many helpful tips for biking, hiking and running throughout the year. With each of our community maps in the guide we have added a link to at-a-glance article for each community. This special landing page offers you information and links to where to eat, sleep and other details on the map when in the area – all in one place and easy to access with your mobile device.

Designed as a companion piece to HaveFunBiking.com news website, the Bike/Hike Guide is a great resource you will want to bookmark and take along with you whenever you are away from your computer.

After your review, please share the 2015 Bike/Hike Guide link with your friends. Give them a chance to find their next adventure. Maybe you will ride together or maybe you will share stories the next time you get together. Either way the guide opens many opportunities to stay healthy while having fun!