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Bicycle commuting is a healthy way to bypass traffic, save on gas, and makes parking a breeze with no harm to the environment. Move Minneapolis can help you plan your bicycle commute. Minneapolis is known for its year-round bicycle commuters.
ZAP TWIN CITIES – Rewards Bicycle Commuting!
ZAP tag your bicycle and track positive performance, encourage a healthier lifestyle, and earn rewards for bicycle commuting. This FREE incentive program measures progress that participants can follow on a dashboard to easily monitor:
• Days commuted by bicycle
• Miles biked to and from work
• Reduction in CO2 emissions
• Estimated calories burned
• Estimated gallons of gas saved
ZAP commuters are rewarded with monthly prize drawings as an extra incentive for riding to work. Join ZAP Twin Cities; get tagged, get ZAPPED, get rewarded! ZAP tags are available at Move Minneapolis, 81 South 9th Street, Suite 200 (Skyway Level, Minneapolis Regional Chamber). First tags are FREE, additional tags $4.
ZAP Twin Cities: (651)789-1417
Find the best route for your bicycle commute or look at some new routes to keep your ride fresh. Hennepin County boasts 651 miles of bike trails and on-street bike lanes – plenty to explore! These route maps from across the metro area are a great start to planning your bicycle commute or weekend excursion.
There are many bike amenities available downtown. Move Minneapolis offers bike lockers and some with access to shower facilities for rent seasonally or year-round. Many employers and property managers offer bike rooms as a transportation benefit. Bike repair stands with tools and air pumps are available for free to the public at over a dozen locations within a mile of downtown. Extend your bicycle commute to greater distances by bringing your bike onto a bus or train. Pedal one-way or part of the way by combining transit into your commute.
Need to get across downtown for an afternoon meeting? Looking to get outside and relieve some stress during a lunch break? Haven’t had a bike in years but want to start riding again? Try Nice Ride bike-sharing, a short-term bike rental that gives you a low-cost option to ride all over the city. Neon green bikes are available to checkout from kiosks, or try the brand new blue dockless bikes.