|Root River State Trail|
|Willard Munger State Trail|
|Red Jacket Trail|
One brochure you may find particularly useful is the 2013/2014 Explore Minnesota Biking Guide. It contains maps of bike trails, trail information by region (Southern, Central, Northeast, Northwest and Twin Cities area), on-road touring and information about Minnesota's best mountain biking destinations. The Trail Listings segment informs you about the trails, area businesses and scheduled monthly bike rides complete with website links to bring you more details. Another useful source of Minnesota cycling information is the Pedal Minnesota website that is filled with upcoming events, places to ride, trail information and trip planning resources.
|Lake Wobegon Regional Trail|
If you have a destination in mind for your trip, try heading to the tourism or visitor's bureau website for that area or city. Sites like Visitduluth.com, Minneapolis.org, Cuyunalakes.com and Lanesboro.com are full of information that will help you find lodging, dining, attractions, events and area trails. Visit my MN Tourism Resources page for a huge listing of online resources throughout the state.
|Afton State Park|
Minnesota has an abundance of State Parks with scenic trails for biking, mountain biking and hiking. These State Parks are scattered throughout Minnesota and chances are there is one near you or your vacation destination. The Minnesota DNR provides a lot of information on it's website about our State Parks and all they have to offer. Go to the Minnesota State Parks page to find out more.
Summer is right around the corner, so use the wealth of information available on the internet to make planning your next biking trip a breeze. For easy to find trail maps and trail information for the Twin Cities Area, Southern MN, Central MN, Northern MN and MN MTB Project Trails, don't forget about MN Bike Trail Navigator. I have already done the research to find the links so you don't have to.