Welcome to Bikeverywhere
Publishing quality bicycle maps since 1984.
Bikeverywhere’s mission is simple: Create the most accurate and easy to use bicycle maps possible. That means frequent updates, meticulous research, continuous adaptation of new technology and listening to users. It worked. Our maps have been carried in the backpacks and panniers of thousands of bicyclists for over 30 years.
Our mobile maps continue the tradition. They look good whether you zoom in to a few blocks or zoom out to get the big picture.
Enjoy the ride. We’ll show you where to go, and get you back home.
New! Explore More Twin Cities, a free supplement to the mobile Twin Cities Bike Map, lets you download locations for wall art, sculptures, parks and trails, scenic overlooks, Nice Ride stations, historic sites, parking lots, interesting structures, DIY bike repair stations and even public bathrooms. The placemarks are scattered across the Metro area.
The Twin Cities Bike Map has been updated!
- We’ve expanded the detailed urban side to show more of northeast Minneapolis and extended the map to the east to pickup critical river crossings.
- Updated trails and bike routes throughout the metro area.
- Added more road detail including new developments near the edge of the metro area.
The 4th edition reflects the ever-changing landscape of this city that lives and moves by bicycle. Whether you live in the area, or plan a visit, this map will become a trusted companion on all of your rides.
Full Moon Bike RideNovember 15, 2016
Our annual full moon pilgrimage to the Cannon Valley happened this weekend. We met in the back parking lot of the Cannon River Inn in Welch Village. The sun had set nearly two hours earlier and the moon was high in a cloudless sky. Our destination was Miesville Ravine, 8 miles west on gravel roads. We left the… Read More »
Bike Parking in St. Louis ParkNovember 10, 2016
A note from Bob Fried of St. Louis Park The apartment building that I live in is very bike friendly. Most of the 150+ residents in the two buildings have one or more bikes. The bike racks in the photo below are two of about a dozen. All are pretty full. In the Spring, the… Read More »
Updated mobile Twin Cities Bike Map includes the new Cedar Ave Bike BridgeOctober 14, 2016
The updated mobile Twin Cities Bike Map is now available. Updates include the recently opened Cedar Ave Bridge, a new bike bridge over I-494 near Shady Oak Lake, new trails along Lexington Ave in Eagan and along the Mississippi River in NE Minneapolis plus numerous smaller changes.
Cedar Avenue Bridge Is OpenOctober 8, 2016
The old Cedar Avenue Bridge is open! These photos are courtesy of Doug Stevens who was at the bridge this afternoon. He reports that the construction crews were rolling up the chain link fence and allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross. Officially, the bridge will open sometime in mid-October, but with a couple of caveats.… Read More »
Cedar Ave Bridge and Black Dog RoadSeptember 26, 2016
Back in the Twin Cities and checking on the progress on two of the major bike projects in the area. Check the photo below to see that the Cedar Ave. Bridge project has moved along nicely. The deck is in place, the arches are refurbished and painted and the approach ramps look finished. The bridge… Read More »