By Bike or Foot
U.S. Bank Stadium and the City of Minneapolis have made it easy to get to the stadium whether you are taking your bike or walking. Ranked as the number two (2) bicycling city in the nation, Minneapolis has forty-three (43) miles of streets with dedicated bike lanes and eighty-four (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 and bike paths will be busy immediately before and after an event, so visibility (lights, bright reflective clothing, etc.) is very important.
There is a special place for you and your bike at U.S. Bank Stadium. We have over 180 complimentary bike racks around the stadium located near the Legacy, Pentair, Ecolab and Verizon Gates. U.S. Bank Stadium shall not be responsible for fire, theft, damage or loss to bicycles or any other article left on the bike.
If you are within a hop, skip and a jump from the stadium, why not travel the old fashioned way? Walking to U.S. Bank Stadium is a great way to get your exercise while helping to reduce traffic and pollution.
Minneapolis boasts an elaborate network of several miles of enclosed walkways that connect most buildings in the Downtown area, including U.S. Bank Stadium. The Skyway will be open for all U.S. Bank Stadium events. Event hours for the skyway are subject to change based on the event.
Maps can be found at various places on the skyway network. For an online Minneapolis, Skyway Map click here.
For major events held at the stadium, the skyway system will be opened for extended hours to ensure all guests get home safely.