Mapping the Second Golden Age of Bicycling

Posted by Doug Shidell, March 14th, 2016


The Cycling Museum of Minnesota and the Hennepin History Museum have asked me to talk about mapping Twin Cities Bike routes for the last 30 years. I’ve seen countless changes in the routes and trails, the riders and the technology of map making. I’ll talk about those changes and show sample maps from over 30 years of recording the cycling routes of the Twin Cities.

Please join me at the Hennepin History Museum on Sunday, April 24. The museum is located across the street to the north of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Bike parking available.

Cycling Museum of Minnesota

Hennepin History Museum

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