When you’re committed to not flying cross-country, things can get … “interesting.” Here’s one person’s trip from St. Paul to Denver via rail and bus.
The Mickelson Trail, through the heart of the Black Hills, is one of the most spectacular biking trips you can take within a day’s drive of the Twin Cities.
Back this year after a hiatus for COVID, the Bicycling Around Minnesota (BAM) tour allows riders to engage with the state’s scenery and people in a way you can’t from a car.
How to make a business trip more delightful: Bring a folding bike and pedal from the airport to the hotel on scenic off-street trails!
Reflections on a short trip to the oldest and most iconic 10-pin alley yield lessons on transit, history, equity and infrastructure.
Warmshowers is an organization that connects traveling cyclists with willing hosts using a website and app. Hosting fellow cyclists is a rewarding way to gain new friends, insights and experiences.
A cyclist and outdoorsman reflects on the beginning of fall in the Twin Cities and beyond — and on the endings in life that fall brings.
Wolfie Browender highlights some of the features and history of the Robert Piram Bike Trail with project manager Mary Norton.
A day’s ride through St. Paul offers lessons on the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of cycling.
Every day at The Overhead Wire, we collect news about cities and send the links to our email list. At the end of the week we take some of the most popular stories and post them to Greater Greater Washington, a group blog similar to streets.mn that focuses on urban issues in the D.C. region. […]