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Useful for testing bike touring in the Metro area or on one of the tours mapped by Bikeverywhere
DIY Bike Service
Self serve bicycle repair stations located in parks, along trails and near bicycle friendly businesses.
Public water fountains. Note that many parks have drinking fountains. Those fountains are listed in the park facilities. A separate drinking icon isn’t used.
Food and Drink
Small towns with public restaurants. Not available for the Twin Cities Bike Map.
Miscellaneous helpful notes
Primarily on the tour maps.
Museums and Historic Sites
Museums, plaques, Indian Mounds, houses, memorial plaques. Learn more about the dynamic history of the Twin Cities or the areas you are touring through.
The Twin Cities Bike Share Program (The Green Bikes). Every station in the Twin Cities
Public parking spots for starting your ride further from home.
Learn a little about each of the parks in the metro area and check the amenities offered.
It seems they’re everywhere in the Twin Cities.
Ephemeral art. It will only be available until the anti-graffiti squad paints it over. The photo below was taken several years ago. The image was painted over shortly afterwards.
Natural and urban views worth stopping for.
From the traditional to the unusual.
Public Structures (Bridges, Water Towers, Fountains) and interesting buildings
More locations under Parks
Learn more about the major trails on your map.