This one speaks for itself! The corridors of this route are open to drivers, pedestrians and bikers. About 50 miles long, the roughly circular byway consists of a linked series of parks and weaves through seven segments of Minneapolis. From the Downtown Riverfront, Mississippi River and Minnehaha to the Chain of Lakes, Theodore Wirth Park, Victory Memorial and Northeast, this ride takes dedication. But of course, you don't have to bike it all! One of the country’s longest continuous systems of public urban parkways, you’re bound to pass by more than just lakes, including woodlands, riverbanks, wetlands, lagoons, gardens and parkways.
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