Twin Cities Biking Guide (Digital)


The easiest way to find bike trails near you in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul metro area.

Published by Brodin Press © 2020/updated 2023, 53 pages.

Delivery: This is a PDF digital product. You’ll get your download link immediately after order and again in an email. (Check your spam/junk folder if you don’t see your email within a few minutes.)

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Finally, an easy way to find local bike trails.

Twin Cities Biking Guide is the easiest way to find bike trails in the Twin Cities metro area. The guide covers Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Washington Counties. Topics include:

  • Over 200 clickable links that bring you to online maps and other resources in seconds
  • Printable letter-size full-color pages if you want to have a print copy, too
  • State and regional bike trails
  • Bike trails in state, regional and county parks
  • County overview maps
  • Bike-friendly campgrounds
  • Local rentals
  • Fat bike and mountain bike trails
  • Trails for winter biking
  • Family-friendly trails with young children

“Thank you so much for all the effort you invested pulling together such a nice overview of Twin Cities bike paths. I absolutely love the book you’ve created and look forward to talking friends into buying their own copy.” ~ John S., Edina (avid recumbent “triker”)

Twin Cities Biking Guide is an 8.5×11 PDF digital download. This is not a printed product (although you can easily print it at home, in either color or black & white) Because of its larger fixed format, it’s most easily read on a tablet, laptop or desktop computer. But it’ll work on your phone, too.

If you plan to download on a mobile device be sure you have a PDF reader app installed. There are several free options available.

We’re sorry, digital download products are not returnable.

Each year, we give 10% of our profits to a local charity. Since 2020 that charity has been The Dwelling Place. The Dwelling Place, based in Anoka County, offers transitional housing and support to victims of domestic abuse.