Registration is no longer required or available through a state program in Minnesota. The Minneapolis City Council made the registry optional and as a result, participation in fell off. The program was run by the Dept. of Public Safety.
The administrative costs were more than the revenue generated, so the state abandoned the program. After administrative costs were paid for, excess revenue was to be spent on infrastructure.
There are, however, national registration programs available, such as the National Bike Registry
Getting there by bicycle: Information to help you make your trip safe, efficient and enjoyable.
Design and Planning
Transit and Bicycle Connections
Bicycle transit connection: How to load and unload your bike on one of several Minnesota transit systems that provide bike racks on buses.
- Nonmotorized Transportation Advisory Committee
- Southeastern Minnesota Association of Recreational Trails (SMART)
- Minnesota Deaf Blind Association
- Pedestrian Information Center
- Natl Center for Bike/Walk
- Metro Commuter Services
- Bicycle Information Center
- Metropolitan Council
- City and county Websites
- Ramsey County Active Living
- Edina Bicycle Task Force