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, a free supplement to Bikeverywhere mobile maps, lets you download locations for map highlights directly to your mobile map.

  • Twin Cities: 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.
  • Duluth Bike Tour: Campgrounds, restaurants, museums
  • Niagara Falls: Campgrounds, restaurants, lodging
  • Allegheny Mountains Bike Tour: Campgrounds, restaurants, lodging

Frame your maps:

Bikeverywhere has teamed up with Posters on Board to convert your map into a high quality framed or wood mounted piece of art. Order your framed or wood mounted map directly from Posters on Board or bring in a map you already have.


Featured Products

Twin Cities Bike Map 10th Edition

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.


Madison and Dane County Bike Map

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.



Recent Posts

  • Spring Lake Trail
    July 17, 2017

    The Spring Lake Park Trail covers a lot of ground in its short, five-mile stretch along the Mississippi River near Hastings. It runs atop bluffs near the eastern trailhead, bridges a deep ravine, drops to near River level then rolls to the western trailhead off Highway 55. The trail runs through recently seeded prairie (heavy… Read More »

  • Nine Mile Creek Trail
    July 11, 2017

    The Nine Mile Creek Trail, part of the Three Rivers Park System, runs from 76th St. in Richfield to Valley View Rd on the west side of Highway 100. At first blush, this hardly seems like a destination trail. Riding through inner ring suburbs along residential streets doesn’t inspire a “Must See” response. Although the… Read More »

  • Bikes Only Campsite at Carver Park
    June 20, 2017

    Three Rivers Parks has just opened a bikes-only campsite in the Lake Auburn Campground at Carver Park Reserve. Tentatively called 2oaks, the site is unique in several ways. Besides being a bikes-only site, it is based on the European concept of the “Commons.” It can hold about 5 tents and two hammocks. A fire ring,… Read More »

  • Bike to Work Day
    May 29, 2017

    Today was Bike-to-Work day at Quality Bicycle Products so the locker room was full. We shuffled gear around to accommodate the crowd and were covering the usual subjects; animal sightings in the park, wind direction, temperature and upcoming rides, when someone brought up the spec on a prototype Surly bike. The locker room is over-represented… Read More »

  • Updated Mobile Twin Cities Bike Map
    May 15, 2017

    The latest update on the mobile 2017 Twin Cities Bike Map is now available on Avenza. If you’ve already downloaded the map since 2017, you can download the updated version for free and pick up numerous small road and trail changes. If you still haven’t downloaded the 2017 map, expect much bigger changes that reflect… Read More »