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  • Greater Mankato Bike & Walk Month

    Mankato, MN 56001
    May 2019 | Website

    Biking in MankatoThe Greater Mankato Bike & Walk Advocates plan a week of biking and walking activities in Greater Mankato to celebrate Bike Month in Minnesota. Each night during bike week  different biking and walking events are offered for the general public.  There are other biking events celebrated during the whole month of May.

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  • History Bike Ride

    Mankato, MN 56001
    May 2019 | Website

    History Bike RideDon your finest vintage duds and join the Greater Mankato Bike & Walk Advocates for a History Bike Ride, which features historical structures in Mankato. Go>

    The ride will depart at 10 am. A 14 mile go slow group bicycle ride through lower North Mankato and lower Mankato, no steep hills, with frequent stops for brief history presentations. We will stop for lunch at the South Front Street restaurant of your choosing (lunch is not provided by the ride).

    This event is free and open to the public. Helmets are required and tweed is recommended.

  • North Star Bicycle Festival

    The North Star Bicycle Festival, presented by North Memorial Health Care, is a multi-day, multi-location celebration of cycling. Riders will come through North Mankato. Held in seven locations across Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, the festival features a wide range of events, from the MN Fixed Gear Classic velodrome race to the Life Time Fitness Hillfest recreational ride to the North Star Grand Prix stage race to food trucks, bike expos and kids activities, including the Park Dental Tour de Kids presented by Shimano. To date, the MN Fixed Gear Classic and the North Star Grand Prix have attracted 2,500 of the country’s top professional and elite cyclists, including 32 Olympians. This year, hundreds of cyclists and thousands of fans are expected at the Festival, which will benefit Special Olympics Minnesota. Come for the races, stay for the fun.

  • North Mankato Triathlon

    Hiniker Pond
    300 Butterworth Street, Mankato, MN 56001
    August 2019 | Website

    North Mankato TriathlonHere’s a great way for kids and adults to get active and have fun. Saturday packet pick up and Sunday is race day. Adults start at 8 am with 1/4 mile swim, 12 mile bike and 3 mile run. Kids hit the course at 3 pm. Kids ages 4 to 13 can participate in this tri – no experience is necessary. The event divides kids in age appropriate waves. Younger kids have a short course and kids ages 9 to 13 have a long course. Race fees include a t-shirt, swim cap and snacks.

  • Mankato River Ramble

    Land of Memories Park
    100 Amos Owen Lane, Mankato, MN 56001
    October 7, 2018 | Website

    Mankato River RambleThe Mankato River Ramble embraces the best of both bicycling worlds — off-road paved trails and quiet country roads. Riders can choose a scenic route of 16, 30, or 42 miles. The 16-mile Minneopa Falls Loop will visit the beautiful state park. The 30-mile “Pie Run” takes riders over the river and through the woods to reach the Rapidan Dam Rest Stop where you find an array of award winning pies. Riders seeking a greater challenge will love the 42-mile Lake Crystal Loop that visits the handsome towns of Rapidan, Lake Crystal and Judson.

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    2018 River Ramble Ride Guide. Go>