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Bike and Roll Chicago: Half-Day Bike Rental

1. Bike and Roll Chicago: Half-Day Bike Rental

Bike and Roll Chicago invites you to tour the city along its 18 miles of lakefront, car-free bicycling trails. We offer brand-new Trek bicycles on half-day rental. Included in the rental fee is a helmet, bicycle lock and trail map. There are many styles of Trek bicycles for you to select from, including hybrid/comfort bikes, mountain bikes, low-step cruisers, fitness bikes, electric bikes and road bikes. Our hybrid/comfort bikes are available in both men’s and women’s models. This style features a lightweight frame and allows for a comfortable, upright riding position that makes for nearly effortless exploring of Chicago’s neighborhoods or riding on the lakefront trails. Mountain bikes are perfect for riding through the parks or heading out to the lakefront. This model offers a lightweight aluminum frame along with large tires that absorb the shocks of off-road riding. For a fashionable and functional ride, you might want to try our low-step 3-speed cruiser. It comes with a spring-loaded seat and a rear rack to hold your bag. Fitness bikes are also available in both men’s and women’s models. They’re lightweight and offer an upright riding style - a great choice for riders who want to be able to take in the city’s best sights. Men’s and women’s electric bike models boost your natural pedal power by providing an electric assist. This is not a scooter or motorcycle, but a bike with a motor that makes it up to 40 per cent easier to pedal. Our road bikes are the style used in racing competition and are built for speed. They offer an aerodynamic riding position and feature a lightweight frame, dropped handlebars, multiple gears and narrow tires. If you decide that a half day isn’t enough for your tour, let us know at the time of rental and we can extend the period to a full day for just a few dollars more!

Chicago: Full-Day or Half-Day Bike Rental

2. Chicago: Full-Day or Half-Day Bike Rental

Chicago proudly ranks as the country’s best city for cycling because of its flat terrain, miles of bike trails, and interconnected neighborhoods, parks, and attractions. Your bike rental starts in the heart of Chicago’s 20-mile Lakefront Bike Trail, near Navy Pier. Choose between a full-day bike rental or a 4-hour bike rental to explore Chicago at your own pace. You’ll receive a helmet, a bike lock, and a detailed map to help you easily navigate your way around the city. Enjoy biking to a variety of attractions and create your own sightseeing itinerary to fit in with your family's interests. Start cycling along the shores of Lake Michigan for gorgeous views of Navy Pier, featuring family-friendly attractions, entertainment, shopping and dining. Continue to Millennium Park, a lively gathering spot that's home to Cloud Gate. Stop here to take a photo of yourself reflected in the mirror of this famous bean-shaped sculpture. Further south, you’ll find Grant Park, whose Buckingham Fountain stands tall as one of the largest fountains in the world. Just South of there lies Museum Campus, a 57-acre park on Lake Michigan that’s home to the Adler Planetarium, the Shedd Aquarium, and the Field Museum of Natural History, as well as the Soldier Field football stadium. Alternatively head north to Lincoln Park, a large lakeside community and park home to the Lincoln Park Zoo. Entrance is free, so you can hop off your bike to explore some amazing animal exhibits. Of course, you can’t miss Wrigley Field, where the Chicago Cubs play.

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We really enjoyed this food tour a lot. Our guide took us to places that are not the Chicago common places to go; we were very satisfied with the choices, the food and really enjoyed the history behind the places. These are the places we visited: Gino's East Pizza (deep dish pizza) Bongiorno's Cucina Italiana & Pizzeria (italian meat sandwich) Billy Goat Tavern (hot dog) Palmer house (authentic brownie). On all these places we tasted the beer – the Italian beer at Bongiorno’s was awesome (Ichnusa – non filtrata) Highly recommended.

A perfect amount and variety of food balanced with nice walks and a lot of interesting Chicago history!

Justin did a wonderful job giving a feel for Chicago and its history--loved it!

Justin was a wonderful knowledgeable tour guide. We had a great time!

Our guide was Amazing!!!! Food was delicious as well