Nestled along the Minnesota River, the Mankato River Ramble is one of many initiatives the small city has undertaken to improve biking for recreation, commuting and climate.
Streets.mn’s collection of events, community meetings and opportunities for engagement this week features an annual bike tour, Open Streets and your chance to weigh in on Vision Zero.
Although biking is the focus of this week’s “Walk the Talk” activities — and why not, with the warm summer weather — you can also learn more about monarchs and state highway funding (though not at the same event).
Electric vehicles are a positive step away from the pollution of gas-guzzling SUVs and other cars. But do we shortcut the hard work of habit change by promoting them as multimodal?
Help communities in Minnesota become more bike friendly through Bikeable Community Workshops. Learn ways to advocate for biking in your community in 2022.
A new home base, fewer riders and a modified route to showcase city cycling highlight this year’s Saint Paul Classic Bike Tour.
The Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota proved the authenticity of its name at the organization’s annual meeting on Saturday, June 8, with a showcase of bike- and pedestrian-friendly initiatives throughout the state that BikeMN is either leading or supporting. From honoring an African-American bicycling club that just celebrated its 20th anniversary in Minneapolis to helping tiny […]
Another Open Streets Minneapolis event was a success. This one was Sunday on Nicollet Ave from Lake to 46th Street. There are a few different things I love about these events: They close off a major urban street to motorized vehicles They partner with places like Metro Transit by encouraging you to use sustainable transportation […]