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Chicago Critical Mass|
Fri Apr 27th 6-11pm
Daley Plaza, 50 W Washington
Last Fridays, leaves after 6pm.
THE monthly gathering of bicyclists making their presence known downtown since 1997. Slowly winds a dozen miles or more. Radically inclusive, thousands attend in good weather.
Daley Plaza, 50 W Washington. Under the Picasso (giant rusty bird), at Dearborn, SW of State&Lake train stop, Randolph exit from LFT.
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Arlington Heights Community Bike Swap|
Wed Dec 31st 1969
Centennial Park Arlington Heights
Have YOU outgrown your bicycle?
DO YOU want to upgrade you bicycle?
DO YOU have bicycles or equipment to sell?
The Arlington Heights Bicycle Club sponsors a bike swap every year. This event is an opportunity for the community to sell or buy their un-needed bicycles or bike equipment. The event draws hundreds of people, and is a good place to obtain bikes for kids, and for adults to try out different types of equipment.
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Roll To Reinberg|
Sat Apr 28th - Sun Apr 29th
Learn about the history and beginnings of the Forest preserves as we pedal form Buckingham Fountain to Camp Reinberg on a two day bike camping trip with historical breakpoints along the way.
Wood fired Dinner and Warm breakfast
Campfire & Snacks
Interpretive Trail Guides
Special Trip Collectible
At the stops we'll have historical maps, visuals, and stories collected from…
Folks on Spokes Easter Ride|
Sun Apr 29th 7:30am-3pm
Park Forest Village Hall, 350 Victory Drive, Park Forest
The Easter Ride is a one day bicycle tour sponsored by Folks on Spokes Bicycle Club. Six routes from 17 to 70 miles leave from the Park Forest Village Hall. Two shorter routes are mostly on paved trails; longer routes follow lightly traveled, paved roads over gently rolling countryside.
Food and fun is what the Easter Ride is all about. Rest stops along the route provide riders with fruit, drinks, sandwiches (Easter egg salad sandwiches at the end), and homemade…
Randolph Porter Museum, Big Marsh, ACME Plant Cycling Tour|
Sun May 6th 8am-5pm
Spoke and Bird, 205 E 18th St.
We will begin our journey from The Prairie Avenue District (The Spoke & Bird) where George Pullman’s massive family residence once stood and then pedal our way to The National A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum located across from The Pullman Wheelworks Factory. The Randolph Pullman Porter Museum contains a permanent collection displays exhibits which are pertinent to the study of American Labor History with a specific focus on the African-American contribution to America’s labor…
Illinois Bike Summit|
Mon May 7th 9:30am-5pm
University of Illinois at Chicago
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…
Coast to Coast Gravel Grinder|
Sat May 12th - Sun May 13th
Saginaw Bay on Lake Huron to Ludington on Lake Michigan
In pursuit of rugged adventure, we discovered a route that stitches together fast gravel roads and signature two-tracks, spanning Michigan’s lower peninsula. With heart pumping challenges and breathtaking views, the course is the only one on Earth that links two freshwater oceans… and it’s waiting for you.
Start your day at the sunrise shores of Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay. Make one all-out push west, 218 miles through Michigan farmlands and grasslands, the majestic Manistee National…
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