Hidden in and around Minneapolis and St. Paul are some great roads, trails, and bike paths that are fun to explore. Best Bike Rides Minneapolis and St. Paul describes 40 great recreational rides in the metro areas. With most rides between 5 and 30 milesaincluding road rides, rail trails, bike paths, and mountain bike ridesaitas easy to find an interesting place to ride. Each route includes complete directions, a map, a text description of the area youall be riding, the GPS coordinates of the start/finish point, and color photos of one the rideas features. Also included is information on local restaurants, lodging, maps, bicycle shops, other facilities for cyclists, and community resources. Features: ac Detailed maps and directions ac Rides that explore the city as well as the surrounding area. ac A variety of rides, from 5-mile trail rides to 60-mile destination rides and everything in between ac In-depth information about each ride, including length, terrain, traffic conditions, and road hazards ac Interesting facts about each area ac Options to create longer or shorter ridesFairchild meets Grays Bay Boulevard at mile 19 and takes on that name, and traces past old-money lake cabins and ... Tonka. Toys. All respectable kids worth their weight in slingshots and squirt guns always had a big ola#39;Tonka Toy in theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Best Bike Rides Minneapolis and St. Paul|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2013-05-21|