July Update to the Mobile Twin Cities Bike Map_2014

Posted by Doug Shidell, July 8th, 2014

The mobile Twin Cities Bike Map_2014 has been updated to reflect the latest research in the area.

July updates include a new bike path and boardwalk around Keller Lake near Lake Phalen. Hwy 13 has a new bike path between the Transit Station and River Rd. Multiple changes in NE Minneapolis. St. Anthony Parkway bridge has been closed to motor vehicles, but bikes and peds allowed. It is now shown as a trail instead of a road. Multiple changes in Apple Valley.

If you have already purchased the 2014 version of the map, you can update it for free. Go to the Avenza store through your app and install the map again. You will not be charged.

If you haven’t purchased the map yet, follow these simple steps:

Get the App. Then get the Map.

  1. Go to the App Store or Google Play and search for “Avenza.”
  2. Download the free app.
  3. Then go to the Avenza Map Store by opening the app and clicking the “store” icon at the bottom of the page.
  4. Search for “Bikeverywhere.” Download any, or all, of the Bikeverywhere maps and start playing around.


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