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Winter fat biking on a groomed trail overlooking Duluth / Hansi Johnson

Go For a Ride in Minnesota

From the nation's best urban trails in the Twin Cities to rural rail-trails through lush forest or wild prairie, Minnesota's 4,000+ miles of paved trails are a cyclist's dream. Many bike trails are along former railroad beds, offering secluded, scenic biking. Some of the longest paved trails include the Root River, Paul Bunyan and Central Lakes trails.

Minnesota is also home to an exceptional variety of mountain bike trails, many of which stay open for fat biking all winter long. From lift-served downhill trails in Duluth, to the legendary red dirt at Cuyuna, you'll find outstanding mountain bike trails across Minnesota. 

City Rides

Thanks to a large network of trails and paths, cycling is a popular way to get around in the Twin Cities. Go for an evening loop around Bde Maka Ska, tour Minneapolis’ downtown riverfront or cruise along on the tree-lined bike lanes of Summit Avenue in St. Paul.

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Two bicyclists at Bde Maka Ska Minneapolis

Two bicyclists at Bde Maka Ska, Minneapolis / Waqar Ahmad

Bicyclists on Bruce Vento Trail in St. Paul

Three riders heading north out of St. Paul on the Bruce Vento Trail / Anna Min

Two bikers on the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis

People biking and walking on the Stone Arch Bridge get one of the best skyline views of Minneapolis

Mountain Biking

Exploring Minnesota’s natural beauty on two wheels is easy. With 100-plus miles of mountain bike trails, the Duluth Traverse winds through forested hills and vibrant meadows. The red-dirt trails of Cuyuna beckon cyclists to its 800 acres. For trails suited to every level of ridership, head to Lebanon Hills just south of St. Paul in Eagan.

Vista aérea de dos ciclistas de montaña en un sendero arbolado en Duluth

Duluth Traverse es una red de 40 millas de senderos dentro de la ciudad / Hansi Johnson

Scenic overlook of Duluth from Piedmont trails

Take in the view from the top of the Piedmont trail system / Pinkbike

Wood bridge at Lebanon Hills

Riding a wood bridge over a trestle at Lebanon Hills / Pinkbike

Ciclistas en un sendero nevado en Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids se está convirtiendo en un centro de ciclismo de montaña durante todo el año / John Connelly

Winter Fat Biking

Winter weather means it’s time for fat biking (aka winter biking, snow biking or ice biking), and Cuyuna’s dormant iron mines feature 25 miles of some of the country’s best winter-ready mountain biking trails.

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Taking a rock roll at Piedmont

There's no shortage of rock rolls on the Piedmont trails / Pinkbike

Superior National Forest bikepacking biking

Bikepacking in the Superior National Forest, one of Minnesota's most remote destinations / Tom Thulen

Riding down the rock garden at Cuyuna

Skip is one of the few trails at Cuyuna with rock features / Pinkbike

Mountain Biking

Revered as one of "America’s Top 20 Mountain Biking Towns" by National Geographic, Duluth boasts an impressive array of trails for all seasons, including the one-of-a-kind Duluth Traverse.

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Gitchi Gami Bike Trail along the North Shore of Lake Superior

Gitchi Gami Bike Trail along the North Shore of Lake Superior

Going the Distance

If you’re looking for a longer ride, point your tires toward the two official 1,000+ mile U.S. Bicycle Routes: the Northstar Route (NSR) and the Mississippi River Trail (MRT). 

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