Business Sponsors - Thank you for your support. Please consider them for your food, bike, and other needs.
LUV Ice Cream Cafe is just one block off the Gateway Trail and behind the snowman in North St Paul on 7th Ave. We offer refreshing treats for the Gateway enthusiast! LUV chocolates and frozen desserts are home made without sugar! Try our Ice Creams made from organic cream, our Nice Creams made from coconut milk and are dairy free and vegan, or join us for a Keto Coffee Frappe or Milk Shake! Open: Wed and Thurs noon-6, Fri noon-9. Sat and Sun noon-4
Michael Wilke MA Licensed Psychologist located at 3394 Lake Elmo Ave N , Lake Elmo, MN.phone (651) 779-8072
River Market Community Co-Op, Stillwater is a great place to stop by for soup or a fresh deli sandwich, and browse their selection of local and organic produce, naturally-raised meats, health and wellness products and much more. They are located about 200 yards from the end of the Brown's Creek trail and 150 yards N of the lift bridge. They have nice seating indoors and outside with bike parking. More at rivermarket.coop
TCBC is the largest recreational bicycling club in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area. TCBC has rides and events for a range of skill levels. Most of our members are adults at an intermediate, non-racer level who enjoy the benefits of group riding. TCBC rides are open to members and non-members. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization that is operated primarily by volunteers.
TCBC offers individual memberships for $30/year and household memberships for $45/year. More details at biketcbc.org/
Discover your local food truck! Gateway Trailside's mission is to bring simple delicious food to those who love to be outdoors enjoying our great Minnesota summers. We encourage our community to stay active, and to live the life they've always dreamed of. We provide great quality food in a tranquil countryside setting, allowing for pure relaxation and joy..
Gateway Trailside is located between Lansing Ave and HWY 96 off the Gateway Trail at mile marker 15 in Stillwater/Grant area of Minnesota.
Stillwater based guided-tours, all gear, transportation, logistics, and support for your adventures on the Gateway and beyond!
The GBCTA must, under general principles of charity law, take decisions as to whether to accept or refuse gifts or sponsorship in the best interest of the Association and the constituents it serves. All gifts should be in accordance with the goals of the GBCTA, advocating for extension of the trail and improving and enhancing the trail experience for all users as a public recreational resource and community amenity.
Should a sponsorship be determined detrimental or should new information come to light at any time that exposes a conflict to the Association’s mission or the community we serve, the board will review all potential risks of the sponsorship and whether the partnership should be terminated. If terminated, the Association will return the funds and remove the sponsor from our webpage/materials.
Individual GBCTA board members are prohibited from allowing their personal political or moral beliefs to influence their judgements about sponsorships and whether the GBCTA should reject them. The institution limits its judgments to the potential harm caused to the Association and the public it serves by unethical sources of funding.
Sponsors are not GBCTA decision-makers and do not influence the activities of the organization. Sponsors do not have access to Association contacts or records. The GBCTA is not responsible for acts of any sponsors or its employees or agents.
Sponsorship terms are one year.