Boulevard Lakefront Tour 2020

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  • Want to try all routes? Purchase the combo pack! PDF route map and Ride with GPS instructions will be emailed August 7th

  • This long route takes us back to the classic BLT days. This route is one long ride that is a blend between the North, West and South routes. This is a great way to enjoy a day exploring Chicago's amazing diversity throughout it's neighborhoods.

  • Explore the amazing North Side on your bike! Enjoy the north portion of the lakefront trail and then enter the beautiful neighborhoods of Wrigley, Ravenswood, Rogers Park, Albany Park, Avondale and Lincoln Park. You'll also be riding on the new North Shore Channel Trail! PDF route map and Ride with GPS instructions will be emailed August 7th

  • West side best side! You'll really see it all with this ride! We'll be going through Wicker Park, Logan Square, Belmont Cragin, Humboldt Park, West Town, East Garfield Park, Little Village and Pilsen. You'll really enjoy the Boulevards and Parks with this ride! PDF route map and Ride with GPS instructions will be emailed August 7th

  • Take the lakefront path south to Chicago's historic South Side neighborhoods. We will be riding into Jackson Park, through South Shore, across Greater Grand Crossing and then north through Englewood followed by a beautiful ride down Garfield Boulevard as we enter Washington Park. From there we head back north through Bronzeville, Bridgeport and Chinatown. PDF route map and Ride with GPS instructions will be emailed August 7th

  • We wanted to offer something new this year for the young families. This family friendly ride starts in Ravenswood and heads north through Andersonville and near Rogers Park. You then make your way back by the new North Shore Channel Trail. Families will be able to enjoy a shorter ride while sharing the joys of city biking with their children! PDF route map and Ride with GPS instructions will be emailed August 7th

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