Minnesota Emergency Executive Order 20-20 directing Minnesotans to stay home as it pertains to bike shops…
Under Section 5. Exemptions - Activities
c. Outdoor activities. Individuals may engage in outdoor activities (e.g., walking, hiking, running, biking, driving for pleasure, hunting, or fishing), and may go to available public parks and other public recreation lands, consistent with remaining at least six feet apart from individuals from other households. This does not exempt public accommodations that may feature outdoor activities from closure under Executive Order 20-04 and does not permit trespass upon private property.
d. Necessary supplies and services. Individuals may obtain food, including delivery or carry-out services, beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and other grocery items, gasoline, supplies needed to work from home, and products needed to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of homes and residences, businesses, and personally owned vehicles, including automobiles and bicycles. Individuals may also visit and use the services of laundromats and dry cleaners.
Under Section 6. Exemptions - Critical Sectors
f. Transportation and logistics. This category is limited to the transportation and logistics workers listed in the CISA Guidance, in addition to:
iv. Bicycle shops and distribution facilities.