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Midtown Greenway

Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN
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Great Bike Trail

Converted train line, this used to be a desolate area with crime and graffiti. It's now well lit... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
Greg E
A great tour for any level of Biker!

The greenway is a great experience for any level of biker. You can connect to many other bike... read more

Reviewed 17 April 2017
Dan P
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“bike route” (2 reviews)
Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN
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Reviewed 17 May 2017

Converted train line, this used to be a desolate area with crime and graffiti. It's now well lit, safe and offers a very smooth ride. Look for little restaurants and bike shops along the route.

Thank Greg E
Reviewed 17 April 2017

The greenway is a great experience for any level of biker. You can connect to many other bike trails and go for 1 - 40 mile bike ride.

Thank Dan P
Reviewed 8 April 2017

I love Minneapolis built separate bike and pedestrian infrastructure. The midtown greenway cuts straight east and west through old neighborhoods and industrial areas from the Mississippi to the chain of lakes. A printed map offers a guide to the neighborhoods and attractions pubs shops and...More

Thank JohnM562
Reviewed 15 March 2017

I've used the Midtown Greenway many times with my own bike or with the easy to use Minneapolis bike share program. This trail connects the "always busy" Uptown section to south Minneapolis and beyond.

Thank kirkatk
Reviewed 8 March 2017

The Midtown Greenway is somewhat of a bicycle freeway. It is mostly below street level and carries a lot of traffic. It is used extensively by bicycle commuters. It even has a bike shop right on the trail with a place to freshen up. Although...More

Thank Dale L
Reviewed 16 February 2017

This is both commuting bikeway and a great place to experience biking without a great amount of exertion as it is almost level. Great exercise and a great way to get a sense of the neighborhoods it passes through.

Thank BruceLarson41
Reviewed 14 November 2016

During my 3 day stay in Minneapolis, I used the Greenway every day. It was perfect for transporting by bike and having a safe, car-free method of travel. Others on the trail were friendly and we used the trail to access the chain of lakes...More

Thank sporty1823
Reviewed 18 September 2016

We had a great time on the Greenway! We enjoyed seeing great urban planning, and it was a convenient way to get quickly to the chain of lakes area. Very well maintained as well.

Thank WpgLeah
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

Because, that's basically what the Greenway is. When I first moved to the twin cities, I hopped on more as a leisurely activity. It's beautiful in the summer because of the continuous green space and parks that sit along the trail. But, I also ride...More

Thank Alec K
Reviewed 25 July 2016

This paved path runs from the Mississippi River all the way out to Hopkins. I believe it used to be a railroad, but it was gutted and made into a path for bikes, walkers, skaters, etc. This is one of the best bike paths in...More

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