Join us on Monday, May 7 at the University of Illinois at Chicago for a day of learning and networking with up to 300 bicycle advocates, planners, civil engineers, elected officials, and others from around the state. With a range of session topics – from bikeway design and tips to advocacy and community engagement – the summit offers strategies to help you make progress in your town.We’re working to put together an exciting agenda for 2018, and we’re pleased to announce that Illinois…See More
"I love it - the picture of 1 staple - too funny!
But - do ya need to put a quarter in it??? ;-) )))
I shop a lot at Aldi's and the one by me regularly has several bikes. People lock them to the benches out front here in the burbs. It amazes…"
"At least there is a rack. The last time I visited the Aldi on Montrose at Western and the one on Milwaukee north of North, neither had bike racks. Both newly remodeled, both visited by lots of bicyclists."
"I have raised the same issue with an Aldi here in Chicago (Pulaski & Argyle). It currently has zero bike parking, and plenty of biking customers.
I complained to a store manager last week, and was told it was being added during a remodel.…"
"I've found that a vast majority of their products are just as good, if not better, than the "name brand" equivalent.
However, some of their products (tomato soup, instant mashed potatoes and certain varieties of their yogurt come to…"
"Aldi is amazing if you give it a chance and change your expectations about what a supermarket should be. It's not a lifestyle experience like whole foods or Mariano's but they're quality is excellent, they pay their workers very well…"