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Can Minnesota be the number one state on two wheels?

Apparently plenty of bikers are able to squeeze their wallets into their Lycra shorts. Bicycle tourism is big business, bringing hundreds of millions of dollars to Minnesota. At a summit in Mankato this week, state agencies and private groups will focus on how to become the nation's premier destination for bike tourists.
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Apparently plenty of bikers are able to squeeze their wallets into their Lycra shorts. Bicycle tourism is big business, bringing hundreds of millions of dollars to Minnesota. At a summit in Mankato this week, state agencies and private groups will focus on how to become the nation's premier destination for bike tourists.

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