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South Side Cyclers?
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Hi pedaling pals,Do any of you commute along S Jeffery Ave? I don't typically ride in the south and am unsure if this is a good route from the lake/Hyde Park area? Google is telling me from Jackson…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kate S. Jun 18.

 

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Kate S. replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"Just wanted to confirm that I took Google's route as validated by John and his map. Coming out of Jackson Park felt high intensity for the first couple blocks going south on Jeffery, but then the unused bus lane gave me ample room to…"
Jun 18
David P. replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"Paul, thanks for mentioning Jackson Park Highlands - I never knew about it! I wish I'd discovered it when I rode that route. From photos, it reminds me very much of the homes in Indian Village and Palmer Woods in Detroit. "
Jun 18
John Greenfield replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"Thanks Kate!"
Jun 18
Paul Fitz, Scrabblor replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"Agreed with David. Jeffrey is pretty nice to bike on, and part of a regular commute.  A nice sidebar is cutting through jackson park highlands. It doesn't really give a travel advantage as the stretch of jeffrey from 67th - 71st is pretty…"
Jun 17
David P. replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"Kate, For a year and a half my office was located on the Pullman/Roselawn border on 103rd, and I commuted from my home in Avondale. I eventually gave up and started driving, because non-driving options were so time-consuming, but for a while I did…"
Jun 12
Patricia Unsinn replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"Maybe take the lakefront to 75th, east to Jeffrey, then South. "
Jun 11
Kate S. replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"John, this map is beautiful and so useful. Thank you! I look forward to using it for other new routes.  Also, thank you to Patricia for your feedback, too.  Happy riding, all. "
Jun 11
John Greenfield replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
Jun 10
Kate S. replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"95th and University. Do you think Jeffery would be too congested before 8:30am?"
Jun 10
Patricia Unsinn replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"What is your destination? King south to South Chicago might also be an option. "
Jun 10
Patricia Unsinn replied to Kate S.'s discussion South Side Cyclers?
"I wouldn't take Jeffrey. Too congested. Side streets are safer. "
Jun 10
Kate S. posted a discussion

South Side Cyclers?

Hi pedaling pals,Do any of you commute along S Jeffery Ave? I don't typically ride in the south and am unsure if this is a good route from the lake/Hyde Park area? Google is telling me from Jackson Park to take S Jeffery to 93rd. I appreciate any feedback, whether validating the route or proposing a better one.Thanks so much!KateSee More
Jun 10

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What I ride:
Hybrid
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Around Town
What brings you to The Chainlink?
I want to become more involved in the Chicago cycling community.

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At 7:02pm on April 7, 2014, Lisa Curcio said…

Saw your event, and I might attend if there is still space when I get through our event on Saturday.  We will appreciate it if you pass on the link to our event, too.

At 10:05am on April 7, 2014, Lisa Curcio said…

Welcome to the Chainlink, Kate.  We'd love to see you at this Women Bike Chicago event: http://www.thechainlink.org/events/2nd-annual-day-of-dialogue-and-demonstration

Maybe you would like to get involved with the organization, too.

 
 
 

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