Discover Chicago at your own pace with a self-guided bike tour, which puts you in the driver’s seat of your tour experience! Jump on the back of a bike and take off to explore!
Our self-guided bike tour puts you on the back of one of our bikes, and includes a map to highlight some of the best sights. This is a great way to cover more ground than you ever would just walking. The route is ideal for riders of all ability levels, including kids! Explore sites like Navy Pier, Lincoln Park, home of the Lincoln Park Zoo, the North Pond, and The Nature Museum. Enjoy the freedom to hop off the bike and explore on foot when something strikes your fancy.
Our bikes are easily modified to fit riders of any size, making for a comfortable journey. We will also teach you proper biking etiquette for the Windy City before you take off. Don’t forget to bring comfortable shoes, water and sunscreen! Our self-guided tour is the best way to see what Chicago has to offer while getting in some recreational exercise.
Points of Interest
LAKE POINT TOWER
Its undulating glass façade makes Lake Point Tower one of the most visible Chicago landmarks. This residential high-rise is well-known for creating and popularizing the “Park in the City” concept. The entire third floor of Lake Point Tower is a two and a half acre park, complete with playground and duck pond. Notable residents include Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell, and Alice Cooper.
Home to the Chicago Cubs, this historic baseball field was constructed in 1914 and is known as the oldest ballpark in the United States. Its ivy-covered outfield walls are well-known, and balls frequently are lost within the ivy. Make sure to stop and visit Wrigley Field’s front entrance, there you will find the field’s famous red marquee, an iwonic photo opportunity.
At 1,208 acres, Lincoln Park is Chicago’s largest public park. With over 20 million visitors per year, this waterfront park is the second most visited park in the United States. It is known for its world-class zoo, conservatory, statues, and wildlife. Make sure to visit the famous Abraham Lincoln statue located just east of the Chicago History Museum.
THE MAGNIFICENT MILE
Also known as The Mag Mile, The Magnificent Mile is a shopping addict’s dream. Holding its own with Rodeo Drive and 5th Avenue, The Mag Mile is saturated with designer boutiques, office buildings, restaurants, upscale hotels and museums. The Magnificent Mile is the largest shopping district in Chicago, spanning more than 3.1 million square feet of retail space.
We have your ride and route covered – so all you need to bring is comfortable clothes and shoes, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, and your camera. Oh, and don’t forget to bring some cash for lunch or a snack along the way! And we have bike bags to put your stuff in.
TAKE THE TOUR ANYTIME
No Reservations Necessary. Stop on by, we have plenty of bikes to rent.