Bikeverywhere Digital Maps and a Survey

Posted by Doug Shidell, September 10th, 2012

Bikeverywhere sells a number of digital bike maps.The goal of the maps is to zoom in on a couple of bike rides or trails that stand out.

We’d like to expand the selection of digital bike routes, but first we want to know what you think about the routes we already have. If you have already downloaded one of our maps, please click on the survey link below.

If you haven’t downloaded a map, we’ve got an incentive for you to try one out. All of our digital maps have been reduced to just $2.00. If you want to try just one of the maps, these are our suggestions for each of the three cities:

Twin Cities:

For a ride that is a little more off the beaten path, try the Scandia ride, in the northeast metro area. It’s a beautiful rolling ride through a semi-rural landscape of farms, ex-urban homes, wooded lots and small lakes.

Madison, Wisconsin:

Consider a weekend overnight ride from Madison to Devil’s Lake State Park. Midway through the ride you hop on the free Merrimac Ferry for a seven minute crossing of the Wisconsin River. The route goes slightly beyond the state park to Baraboo, the home of the Wringling Brothers/ Barnum and Bailey Circus Museum.

Milwaukee:

The Milwaukee Lake and River ride follows an extensive network of bike paths and residential roads along the shores of Lake Michigan and the banks of the Milwaukee River.

We’ve made it easy to find the survey anytime you visit the site. Just look for this notice at the bottom of any of our digital map pages on the website.

Take our Survey!

Bikeverywhere is constantly striving to make our products better. Click here to take our survey about this downloadable file.

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