Great Winter Electric Bike Rides in the Twin Cities 

There are lots of great places to ride in the Twin Cities, even in the winter. Below you'll see some suggestions of rides we know and love. 

Before venturing out on a non-pavement excursion, make sure to check trail conditions at your destination. 

Bde Maka Ska loop

Photo taken by Tony Webster from Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. 

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About the Ride

This is an easy ride and requires no off-road riding. Yet it's remarkably scenic, featuring one of the gems of Minneapolis--Bde Maka Ska. 

Additionally, it's easy to get to from our St. Louis Park location on protected & separated bicycle paths. 

This route is 100% on pavement. It's recommended for all of our bikes and it is not technically challenging. 

Fort Snelling State Park

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Fort Snelling State Park near St. Paul, at the confluence of the Minnesota and Missisippi Rivers, is a great place for electric fat tire biking. 

Fort Snelling has six miles of trails approved for electric fat tire usage. Make sure to stay on trails approved for biking, and to stay off trails designated for use by skiers. 

These trails are recommended for only fat tire bikes. 

See the map of trails here. 

Elm Creek Park

Elm Creek Park is great for fat tire biking. They have 12 miles of trail appropriate for electric fat-tire biking, and 2.2 miles of trail rated easy. There is also an abundance of paved trail throughout the park system. 

Some of the trails will be technically demanding on the non-pavement sections. 

Non-paved trails are recommended only for fat tire bikes. The paved trails are great for all our bikes. 

See the map of trails here.