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Chicago: Bikes, Bites, and Brews Biking Tour

1. Chicago: Bikes, Bites, and Brews Biking Tour

Working up an appetite won’t be a problem on this signature bike tour combing city sightseeing with the best foods and brews in Chicago.Sample Chicago’s 4 favorite food groups – pizza, hot dogs, brownies, and beer. You’ll learn the history behind the iconic foods and also get a taste of some of Chicago’s most popular neighborhoods. On the daytime version of the tour, cruise through Wrigleyville, Gold Coast, Old Town, Lakeview, and Lincoln Park. On the nighttime version of the tour, bike through the skyscrapers and bars of downtown Chicago and see Millennium Park and Buckingham Fountain at night. On either route, enjoy the beautiful lakefront trail as well. This tour is 13 miles with perfect breaks along the way for sampling. Your experienced guide will keep you safe, in-the-know, and well-fed. Bikes provided.

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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This tour is SO MUCH FUN! Our guide Josie was fantastic, and even my out-of-shape 57 year old self handled the biking portion just fine! Highly recommended, whether you have an afternoon to spare getting to see the city by bike, OR even if you're a native and you have friends coming in from out of town/state.

The Bike, Bites, and Brew tour was so much fun!! We had a great group and our tour guide, Josie, was phenomenal! She kept it fun, and also shared a lot of information about Chicago. All of the food we sampled was delicious. We will definitely do this again. Thanks Josie for an amazing tour!

Good location to pick up the bike, very close the the lake trail. No deposit taken which was good. Bike was in excellent condition and really good map provided. The staff handing out the bikes were great.

Such a brilliant tour. Our guides were fantastic and so friendly. The food was great and the sites were even better. The perfect way to see Chicago.

Great way of getting to know Chicago. Very safe to bike here. We very much enjoyed the food stops. Lizzie was an awesome guide.