The Apple Cider Century (ACC) is an annual one-day 15, 25, 37, 50, 62, 75 or 100 mile bicycle tour of the orchards, forests and wine country in and around Three Oaks, Michigan on the last Sunday in September. The ACC is a recreational and social tour for bicyclists. It is neither a race nor a test of stamina. It is intended that all participants ride the tour in a safe and intelligent manner.…See More
"Some E/W love: 67th/Marquette is a nice ride from Jackson Park to Pulaski at least (bike lane, not too much traffic, but also not so little that cars speed).
On Sunday mornings (I can't vouch for rush hour!), I love to ride out Roosevelt to…"
Date: Sunday, June 30thTime: NoonStarting Location: Muslim Community Center in Morton GroveDistance:10-15 milesFamily Friendly!BACKGROUNDThe Jewish-Muslim Community Building Initiative, (JMCBI) is partnering with The Chainlink to bring you another special interfaith experience. Join Jewish and Muslim friends for a tour by bicycle of some of Chicago's mosques and synagogues.Everyone is invited! In 2012 on July 8, over 60 Jews, Muslims, and…See More
More information: https://www.bikereg.com/Net/16911REGISTRATION: • Race day registration opens by 7:30AM and closes 30 minutes before each race. Online registration closes the Thursday evening prior to each race (Saturday races close Wednesday evening).• Register online at BikeReg.com. Day-Of Entry fees are cash (preferred) or check (bring cash).• Day-of registration add $5 late fee.• All riders must sign a USAC rider release form. No…See More
Join the Kidical Mass for a slow, easy-going, fun, group ride focused on kids (all ages) and families that will tour Hyde Park and surrounding neighborhoods.Gather in (or in front of) the playlot of Harold Washington Park between 10:30 and 11 for an 11 am departure.Ride GuidelinesPlease wear helmets and ride safely.Rides are typically 3-4 miles at a 5-6 mph pace, roughly 1 hour with stops.Rides are suitable for children who have progressed beyond training wheels.Younger children are welcome on…See More
Chicago's only bike-friendly beach concert!Montrose Beach is just a bike ride away and on Friday, July 27, you'll enjoy the sounds of Ra Ra Riot and sip some Land Shark Lager suds with the waves crashing in the background at the first annual Bike to the Beach Bash. You might as well call it a staycation and a fantastic way to kick-off another glorious Chicago summer weekend. Hang out on the deck at The Dock, a popular waterfront bar at Montrose Beach, or sink your toes in the sand while…See More
"Sounds great! I'll happily flyer around the coffee and bike shops and at least a couple of schools around HP and Woodlawn --and stump in person, too. We're aiming to bring the family to this Saturday's ride at Maxwell Street, so we…"
A fun free bike ride for kids of all ages.June 19, gather 10:30 AM, ride 11:00 AM. Starts from plaza at Maxwell & Newberry on the east side of Recreation field. Will ride to Sheridan park and back.contact: Todd Allen 773 267 8168Ride GuidelinesPlease wear helmets and ride safely.Rides are typically 4 miles at a 5-6 mph pace, roughly 1 hour with stops.Rides are suitable for children who have progressed beyond training wheels.Younger children are welcome on trail-a-bikes, child trailers and…See More
Tour de Fat is coming to Chicago JUNE 26th! Join West Town Bikes and New Belgium Brewery for a community ride and festival celebrating bicycles in Palmer Square! This carnival of fun and creativity is West Town Bikes' biggest fund raiser of the year. Proceeds from the event support youth bicycle education programming through out the City of Chicago!
"As a Hyde Parker, I'd stump for Washington Park as a starting location. There are lots of bike-borne kids of all ages around here--and King Drive has nice side-roads, as does Drexel Blvd. If it's hot weather, there's also the…"