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The Chicago Lakefront Bicycle Trail is roughly 22 miles of bike paths, stretching from Indiana border up to Evanston. The trail rides through many parks including Jackson Park (including U of Chicago), Grant Park (including Buckingham...more
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This is a great trail for walking, running or cycling. We rented bikes and spent a few hours riding along this trail. The lake is beautiful and it's very enjoyable. Hard to believe there is such a beautiful lake and such serenity in a large...More
The Chicago Lakefront Trail, or LFT, is an 18-mile-long shard use path for walking, jogging and cycling. Located on the western edge of Lake Michigan, the trail passes through and connects Chicago's four major lakefront parks along with various beaches and recreational areas. And it'll...More
There are now split trails - one for cyclists, one for pedestrians. That greatly reduces the number of collisions from people distracted by the great views.
You can start or stop almost anywhere. We walked from Soldier Field through the museum campus on to the...More
Streeterville is where visitors head for play at Navy Pier, a pseudo amusement park and development of restaurants, shops, rides, and other activities. You’ll find lots of action and excitement on the docks. Along the pier, you’ll see the statue of the captain for whom Streeterville is named. While you enjoy your fair share of sightseeing at the pier, you can also visit other popular attractions there such as
the Chicago Children’s Museum and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Off the pier you’ll find more restaurants from low-cost pubs to high-end establishments. Arts and culture aficionados should be sure not to miss the Museum of Contemporary Art.
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There is a bike rental concession located in Millenium Park right off of Randolph. It is about a block from the lakefront path. There are numerous places to rent the Divvy bikes, but they do not include helmets.