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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 bicyclists for 35 years. And now they’re on phones.

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On His Own Terms
On His Own Terms

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On His Own Terms by Doug Shidell

On His Own Terms

by Doug Shidell

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  • Win a free copy of “On His Own Terms”
    November 20, 2020

    Enter today to get a free copy of my novel “On His Own Terms.”

  • Bike Trail near Lyndale Avenue
    November 19, 2020

    A new multiuse trail is being constructed onthe north side of the Minnesota River from LyndaleAvenue. Currently it is a 1.6 mile paved trail that endsabruptly near Mounds Springs Park. Eventually this trailwill stretch east to Fort Snelling State Park and west tothe city of Jordan. The trail is a boon to walkers andpaved trail… Read More »

  • Effigy Mounds

    Effigy mounds, ancient burial mounds, can resemble animals such as bears, eagles and long tailed underwater creatures. They are unique to the Driftless Area of southwestern Wisconsin and prominent along the lower Wisconsin River. “On His Own Terms” mentions them briefly, but they deserve much more attention because of their archaeological significance and unique formations.… Read More »

  • Black History Tour
    November 16, 2020

    Twin Cities Bike club develops a Black history tour of the Twin Cities

  • Villa Louis
    November 11, 2020

    The Fourth Ward in Prairie du Chien was a neighborhood on Feriole Island in the Mississippi River. After a massive flood in 1965 nearly wiped out the neighborhood, many families abandoned their homes and left the island. Two years later another flood inundated the island. All but one of the homes was removed and the… Read More »