Ranked as the number two bicycling city in the nation, Minneapolis has 43 miles of streets with dedicated bicycle lanes and 84 miles of off-street bicycle paths. As with any mode of transportation, plan your route ahead of time and always allow extra time. Streets will be busy immediately before and after games so visibility (lights, bright/reflective clothing, etc.) is very important.
The Cedar Lake Trail provides bike and pedestrian access to Target Field. This popular trail features a pedestrian lane and two separate one-way lanes for bike traffic. It runs from downtown Minneapolis and connects to other popular bike and pedestrian trails in the city and western suburbs.
Target Field features hundreds of bike parking spaces. In addition, the city of Minneapolis has hundreds of bike parking spaces within blocks of Target Field.
Target Field sits just on the other side of I-394 from the heart of downtown. Fans using 6th Street will enjoy a direct connection between the Historic Warehouse District and Target Plaza, the dynamic new gathering space that serves as a gateway to Target Field. In addition, both 5th Street and 7th Street bridge the interstate and provide pedestrian access to Target Field. All streets have sidewalks and intersections have crosswalks with "walk" and "don't walk" signals.
Minneapolis boasts an elaborate network of several miles of enclosed walkways that connect most buildings in the downtown area. Most skyways follow the Uniform Skyway Hours:
Maps can be found at various places around the skyway network.
Allow yourself about 10 minutes if walking from within 4 blocks to Target Field, as time spent waiting at crosswalks can add up. For anywhere else in downtown, give yourself 15-20 minutes to walk to the game.