Turning down a gravel drive way set back from the hustle and bustle of Scenic 61, you'll find Spokengear Cyclery and Outdoor. We're a small, independently owned, full service bike shop tucked into an expansive grove of cedar trees. We're passionate about the great outdoors and all things bicycle, and we're here to be your resource, both online and when you visit us in person.
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We are located in Two Harbors, next door to Duluth, MN, which is one of a handful of IMBA recognized Gold Level Ride Centers around the world. With nearly 100 miles of singletrack right outside our door, you can spend a whole weekend or longer rolling through a plethora of different trails. Beginner level singletrack run through the Duluth Traverse, and steep and technical trails await you in Piedmont. And, if you haven’t had enough, there’s always lift-accessed downhill at Spirit Mountain. Duluth will keep you busy and help you progress as a rider. Check out www.coggs.com for more details.
Further up the shore from us in Beaver Bay, one of the newest trail systems in the Midwest is just starting to take shape. The Split Rock Wild trails will span from Split Rock State Park to Beaver Bay and take riders through some of the most scenic and remote areas of Northern Minnesota. Rocky outcroppings will bring riders to breathtaking views of Lake Superior. Rocky descents and climbs will bring riders in and out of river valleys and there will be something for everybody. Keep up to date with progress by following Lake County Mountain Bike Trails on Facebook.
Even further up the shore, the Superior Cycling Association has been working diligently on the Sawbill Trail by maintaining a trail cluster at Britton Peak and even further up the shore up the Gunflint trail at Pincushion.
The Iron Range is popping off with trails as well. Cuyuna was at the forefront of bringing mountain biking to the region. Spinning off of the momentum created by the organizations mentioned above, IROC been working diligently to get things going across the iron range of northeastern Minnesota. Trails in Hibbing and Chisholm will begin construction this season with the IRRB funding the build out with a $5 million-dollar investment. The Iron Range will also be welcoming the addition of a handful of new trails at Giants Ridge, where riders can take downhill laps all day long utilizing their express lift to take them back to the top.