Welcome to Bikeverywhere

Twin Cities Bike MapPublishing 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 35 years.

Twin Cities Bike Map

Bikeverywhere Mobile Maps

Carry your maps on your phone. Bikeverywhere has teamed up with Avenza to bring over 20 maps to your phone.  The maps are GPS enabled, work even if there is no cell service, and track your ride.

 

Customize your map

  • Mark a favorite restaurant, brewery or museum
  • Add photos
  • Lay out your route in advance
  • Download wall art, sculptures, scenic overlooks and more through Bikeverywhere’s unique “Explore More” feature

Download the free Avenza Map App from the Google Play Store

Download the free Avenza Map App from Apple App Store

See all of Bikeverywhere’s Mobile Maps

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


Featured Products

Twin Cities Bike Map

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.

Mobile Twin Cities Bike Map

The 2019 Mobile Twin Cities Bike Map is available now. Download and get free updates throughout the year.

 

  • Detailed road and bike trail map of the entire Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area
  • Works with your phone’s GPS, even if you lose cell service
  • Track your ride, or plot it out in advance
  • Customize with placemarks
  • Get $2.00 off if you upgrade from the 2018 Twin Cities Bike Map
  • Mobile Twin Cities Bike Map

 


Recent Posts

  • New Bike Lanes in Richfield
    April 29, 2019

    66th St in Richfield has one way separated bike lanes on each side of the road. This is the way bike lanes should be built. Thank you Richfield.

  • Flood Waters at Fort Snelling State Park

    The flood waters have receded significantly in the last couple of weeks, but the road into Fort Snelling is still closed. That required some extra research. Easy enough to do since road barriers are designed to keep cars out, not bikes. Here’s what I found. The flooding did a number on the park road.

  • Bikeverywhere Featured Publisher
    April 11, 2019

    Bikeverywhere is proud to announce that it was recently recognized as a Featured Publisher at Avenza Maps.

  • Bikepacking the Driftless Area
    March 27, 2019

    The Driftless Area is a unique geologic feature of the upper Mississippi River. Four major glaciers passed through the upper Midwest in geologic time; flattening hills, filling in valleys and leveling the landscape, but none of them touched the Driftless Area of what is now SW Wisconsin, SE Minnesota and NE Iowa. The result is… Read More »

  • REI to Host Adventure Cycling Association
    February 24, 2019

    Adventure Cycling Association, the national organization for bicycle touring, will do a presentation at REI Bloomington Wednesday evening, February 20. It’s a great organization and has inspired me to continue bike touring for years.