A new map, produced by the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission (MVRPC), highlights the growing 10-county regional trail system that has officially surpassed 340 miles and is expected to continue to increase in length. The regional segment of newly designated U.S. Bike Route 50 is already in place.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) has designated a corridor crossing California to be developed as United States Bicycle Route 66 (USBR 66). The Adventure Cycling Association and the California Bicycle Coalition, with the cooperation of Caltrans, have proposed a specific route to be designated as USBR 66. The proposed route comes through Needles and can therefore provide benefits to residents and businesses.
Bicycle enthusiasts living in and visiting Minnesota now have a new way to explore some 315 miles along the western shores of Lake Superior—the newly approved U.S. Bicycle Route 41 (USBR 41), also known as the North Star Bicycle Route.
Cyclists visiting Minnesota now have a new way to explore 315 miles along the western shores of Lake Superior – the newly approved U.S. Bicycle Route 41 (USBR 41), also known as the North Star Bicycle Route. USBR 41 connects the capital city of St. Paul to Grand Portage State Park at the Canadian border, where bicyclists can end their journey with a view of Minnesota’s highest waterfall on the Pigeon River.
Once designated and mapped, the highly anticipated U.S. Bicycle Route 41 (USBR 41) will link together a system of bicycle trails and scenic roadways to connect St. Paul, Duluth, and Grand Portage for an epic 325 miles of riding!
Minnesota is about to get its second U.S. Bicycle Route. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is finalizing U.S. Bicycle Route 41, which will use existing roads and trails to create a bike-friendly path connecting St. Paul to Grand Portage.