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One group's love for mountain biking inspired a town to invest in trails

Across the Northland, mountain biking enthusiasts are taking to the trails to explore the outdoors.

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MILACA, Minn. -- Mountain biking has continued to grow in popularity as a unique way to experience the outdoors.

One small Minnesota town has made a serious investment in the sport, with the goal of making sure everyone, especially young people, have an opportunity to experience nature from the saddle of a bike.

Need some inspiration for spending time outdoors? Watch all of the latest Northland Outdoors videos for tips, techniques and places to go.

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Editor's note: This video story originally published in August 2020.

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