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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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i love walking downtown chicago and seeing the architecture light up the skyline. Along the water it is so peaceful and during the weekdays especially nice. Many beaches, and contrasting greenway sets a beautiful scene.
The Chicago Lakefront Trail is a 18.5-mile-long path for walking, jogging, skateboarding and cycling. It is located along the western shore of Lake Michigan and a wonderful way to combine exercise and getting to know Lake Michigan and parts of Chicago. The trail runs through...More
We wanted to go to the Museum of the Sciences, so we decided to go cycling with the Divvy bikes. If you pay 15 dollars, you can use as many times the bikes during 24 hours, but never longer than 3 hours at a time....More
The Lakefront Trail is a fabulous way to see Lake Michigan while on a bike or while walking. Locals and tourists intermingle on this free trail along the lake's edge. Great views of the lake, volleyball players, beach fans and those enjoying exercise share space...More
Our hotel was a couple minutes from the trail and we got out and walked it a couple of times. Of course its a good place to get your feet wet in Lake Michigan which we did.
It was just a nice place to get...More
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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.