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 35 years. And now they’re on phones.

Featured Maps and One Novel

Twin Cities Bike Map: Print

Twin Cities Bike Map



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Twin Cities Bike Map: Mobile

Explore the Best of the Twin Cities bike routes and trails
Customize your map with placemarks

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Twin Cities Paddlesports Map

Rock Overhang Mississippi River

The Twin Cities is a paddler’s paradise. Explore the backwaters of the Mississippi River, the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes, Minnehaha Creek and much more.

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Download Bikeverywhere Mobile Maps and Start Exploring

  • GPS enabled
  • Work even if there is no cell service
  • Track your ride
  • Customize your map

Mobile Twin Cities Bike Map

Mobile Twin Cities Bike Trails

Twin Cities Paddlesports

See all of Bikeverywhere’s Mobile Maps

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Recent Posts

  • First Review- From a Friend
    October 7, 2020

    Real reviews come from people who don’t know you: readers, editors, professional reviewers, etc. But sometimes a good friend can get past being positive to just being honest. My friend Siah did that for me. He reads for escape, and westerns are his favorite form of escape. He acknowledges that they are formulaic, and has… Read More »

  • A Long Time in the Making
    September 23, 2020

    I moved to the Twin Cities in 1980 with the idea that I would write a novel. It was a sweet, naive dream, with at least a dozen aborted attempt

  • Updated Paddlesports Map
    August 18, 2020

    The Twin Cities Paddlesports Map has been updated again and the new map is free for anyone who downloaded the map in the past. Updates include new routes and boat launch information at Pelican Lake, Lake Phalen, and Spring Lake. The update also has more wetland information in and around lakes and rivers.

  • Bikeverywhere Launches Paddlesports Map
    June 24, 2020

    The Twin Cities is a paddler’s paradise, and I’m hooked. I’m still an avid, die hard cyclist, but take a look at these photos of parts of the Twin Cities that can’t be explored by bike and you’ll see why I’ve added paddling to my explorations. Being a map guy, I couldn’t resist creating the… Read More »

  • Updated Mobile Twin Cities Bike Map Available
    June 18, 2020

    The Twin Cities Mobile Bike Map has been updated. The newest version shows the route of the Green Line Extension (LRT line) and road and trail changes related to construction of the line. There are also changes in over a dozen suburbs including trail additions and closures, bike friendly road changes and housekeeping changes such… Read More »