NOTE: Each rider please register individually.
Pedego Owners Group (POG) tours are geared for Pedego owners, guests of Pedego owners and renters.
OWNERS: This ride is $10 for Pedego owners.
If you own a Pedego, but need help with transporting the bike, please contact us at 612.827.5000. We will do our best to help.
POG GUEST/RENTERS: Must rent a Pedego bike. This ride is exclusive to Pedego bikes.
- Bike Rental $50 - rented Pedego will be brought to Cannon Falls by Pedego Twin Cities.
- POG Guests and renters MUST provide their height as requested.
Helmets will be provided to Pedego renters.
- NOTE: Renters must remain with the group leaders.
*** Riders must wear helmets (MN State Law) and Pedego will provide safety vests. ***
This Weekday tour starts and ends in Faribault at White Sands Park, off Highway 35W, east on 60 to Lyndale Avenue. North on Co. Rd. 21, 1/2 mile (44°17'59.2"N 93°17'26.3"W).
We will be on the eastern-most end of the trail starting just east of Interstate 35 in Faribault. The trail passes through three miles of Sakatah Lake State Park and follows a signed route on city streets through Waterville.
It’s 32 miles round trip with options to stop in Waterville, Warsaw, Morristown and, of course, Faribault (I hear there is a great ice cream shop there). We will not do the Faribault town circle so this trail should be mostly paved and flat.
We will return to Faribault for ice cream treats or lunch as you desire. With a brewery, ice cream and pizza, as well as many restaurants to choose from, there is something for everyone.
The Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail is a paved, multiple-use trail developed on 39 miles of an abandoned railroad grade. It is generally level and wheelchair accessible. Horses are allowed on the Sakatah, however there is not a separate trail from the paved trail. Users should pick up after their horses.
The state park offers a separate bicycling campground, picnic grounds, boat access and additional hiking trails. There are several other lakes and public parks within an easy ride of the trail.
The trail lies in the transition zone between what was once the "Big Woods" and the vast prairies. You’ll still find remnants of these plant communities scattered throughout what is now cultivated land.
Find the Ride with GPS route (Soon to come).