Hello Amy – A Letter About Riding Outside

January 2015

Hello Amy,

Glad to help with any information about riding in our area. My wife and I were gone for a week over the Christmas holiday so I am now getting caught up on e-mails.

You may also be interested in a ride that I did last summer with three friends that took me several years of exploratory rides to put together. It involved a big loop of logging roads, outlaw all terrain vehicle trail, bush whacking, and two fords across a large river. One of the unknowns on this loop required we carried inflatable pool toys to float our bikes if we encountered deep water. The first attempt at completing the loop early this summer resulted in an unfortunate broken collar bone for my buddy Mike. We got a chance to try the loop again late summer and were successful after a six hour day.

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Spring is here

Our Spring hours have begun, we are open Mon-Fri 10-5 and Sat 10-4. Its time to get out those bikes, pump up the tires and see how they ride, after you get your biking legs back you can join us for our annual Bike to Brunch at Naniboujou Lodge. So if you like riding bikes and you eat food then come on down and join us on Sunday May the 26th. You can pre-register at 218-397-2186 or

May 27th Brunch Ride. . .

. . . Bike→Work becomes Bike→Brunch at Naniboujou. Check out our “Bike Rentals & Guided Tours” tab for more info about the Naniboujou ride.

May is Bike Month!

Check out the League of American Bicyclists’ May is National Bike Month. Bike into the Shop during May Bike→Work Week and get a free smoothie from our DIY, bike-powered blender.

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