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Chicagoland Bike Trails - News & Conditions

Your one stop shop for trail news and conditions in the Chicagoland area. User generated, so please add a report if you're on any of the region's bike trails.

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Channel Trail 10 Replies

News and ConditionsChannel Trail starts just North of Lawrence, along side the Chicago RiverContinue

Started by Yasmeen. Last reply by Bob Kastigar Dec 8, 2017.

Desplaines River Trail 10 Replies

This Discussion is to provide up-to-date information regarding the Desplaines River Trail. As you ride it, provide a brief report hereContinue

Started by spencewine. Last reply by Alan Xiao Aug 5, 2017.

North Branch Trail 18 Replies

updates and conditions for North Branch TrailContinue

Started by Yasmeen. Last reply by Ben Ellenson Jul 29, 2017.

I&M Centennial Trail 4 Replies

This Discussion is to provide up-to-date information regarding the I&M Centennial Trail. As you ride it, provide a brief report here.Continue

Started by spencewine. Last reply by Adam Z Jun 29, 2017.

Major Taylor Trail 16 Replies

This Discussion is to provide up-to-date information regarding the Major Taylor Trail. When you ride it, please provide a brief report here.Continue

Started by Anne Alt. Last reply by Anne Alt Jun 15, 2017.

Lake Front Path/Trail (LFP/LFT) 2 Replies

News and updates for the Chicago Lake Front PathContinue

Started by Yasmeen. Last reply by Yasmeen May 15, 2017.

Big Marsh 1 Reply

Big Marsh News and Updates on Trail ConditionsContinue

Started by Yasmeen. Last reply by Yasmeen May 2, 2017.

Cal-Sag Trail 2 Replies

-The Calumet-Saganashkee Trail runs 26 miles from Lemont to Burnham. -Miles 0 thru 14 (west segment) opened in June 2015, completion in 2017.-Connects to Centennial Trail, Tinley Creek trail, Major Taylor Trail and Burnham Greenway. Access from 3…Continue

Tags: regarding, the, Cal-Sag, Trail, information

Started by Brian Bender. Last reply by Brian Bender Apr 26, 2017.

Great Western Trail 3 Replies

The purpose of this discussion is to provide up-to-date information regarding the Great Western Trail. As you ride it, provide a brief report here.Continue

Started by Chris C. Last reply by Serge Lubomudrov May 19, 2016.

User counts on Cal-Sag Trail

Palos Heights Parks & Rec. did a survey using automated counters between September 7 and 27. 8,664 trips recorded at Lake Katherine 2,181 trips recorded at Oak Park spur Continue

Started by Brian Bender Nov 16, 2015.

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Comment by Serge Lubomudrov on October 31, 2013 at 1:21pm

I guess we will try this new bike lane on our way to Three Floyds this Saturday ;)

Comment by Tom Z on October 31, 2013 at 12:38pm

Yes Lisa... When you go into the album you can click "photo details" you will then see a map of the picture. I used my phone to take the pictures, so it captured the GPS location. Enjoy!

Comment by Lisa Curcio on October 31, 2013 at 12:27pm

Thank you, Tom Z.  Just what I was looking for.  The park looks a bit like urban ruins right now. :-)  Is it on the north side of the mouth of the Calumet River?

Comment by Tom Z on October 31, 2013 at 12:20pm

@Lisa Curcio... Once you get to the south-end of the LFP, you will ride on the S. South Shore Drive bike lane. This will take you straight to the new bike lanes. At 79th street you will make a slight left onto S. Lake Shore Drive.  Google maps does show the new road, but still doesn't have the bicycle lanes marked.

Here's a link to the Google Map:

https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&ll=41.752377,-87.548139&...

I was down there on Monday and there were quite a few people riding bikes on the new bike lanes.

Here's a picture I took just before I left:

I took some pictures of a park while I was down there.

Here's a link to the pictures I took:

2013 1028 Lake Shore Drive Extension and local park

It looks like it will be a well used extension for bicycles and A nice park should be developing over the next few years.

Comment by Lisa Curcio on October 31, 2013 at 11:43am

Not really a trail, but I am wondering about the new Lake Shore Drive Extension and how it connects to the LFP.  I am thinking of riding down there some time this weekend just for the heck of it.  When I get to the end of the LFP is the connection to the extension going to be obvious?

Comment by spencewine on May 22, 2013 at 1:36pm

Globalguy, feel free to start a new discussion on those trails, just follow the general format. I definitely don't know of all the trails in the area and rely on users to update this.

Comment by globalguy on May 21, 2013 at 8:05pm

I would suggest Salt Creek Trail, both north and south, as well as North Branch Trail. These might be of assistance:

Cook County Trails

DuPage County Trails

Comment by Serge Lubomudrov on May 17, 2013 at 11:13am

Done :)

Comment by spencewine on May 17, 2013 at 11:04am

Welcome - if you know cyclists who use the Chicagoland bike trail network, please invite them to the community!

 

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