Cycling, sightseeing, and snacking from Rogers Park to Edison Park, Mount Greenwood to Hegewisch
A newly expanded guide to chill cycling routes in the city and beyond
Advocates say yes—and that they have the stats to prove it.
Bike the city in peace using our Mellow Chicago Bike Map, drink and ride in northwest Indiana, meet Woodlawn’s mechanics in training and more.
Consider opting out of riding on our city’s hectic, car-choked arterials in favor of peaceful side streets.
Paths running down the grassy medians of streets like Stony Island and Humboldt could mimic the extensive network in Peru’s capital.
Twenty years after the influential monthly bike rides launched, Chicago is a far more bike-friendly city.
Policy changes at Amtrak and the South Shore Line are making it more possible to pedal to neighboring states and take the train back.
Community input and outreach are crucial for avoiding resentment from noncyclists.
Upwardly mobile boomers in search of the American dream seem to eschew cycling in favor of driving.
The suit names bus driver Charla Henry and her employer, Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Company.
Also, the Chicago Hamilton cast is full of Broadway stars.
This 58.6-mile forest-preserve trail gives urban cyclists a much-needed taste of the wilderness.
The state said it was about safety, but others now point to politics.
“It’s hard not to feel sometimes like this case has been forgotten.”