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  • Location: Chicago, Illinois
  • Duration:  Flexible
Explore Chicago at your own pace on an independent bike tour. With your full-day bike rental, pedal along Lake Michigan and visit top Chicago attractions such as Lincoln Park, Navy Pier, Millennium Park, Wrigley Field and the Shedd Aquarium. This is a fun and active way to experience the city with the whole family, and you can enjoy the flexibility to create your own itinerary with the help of your provided map.

Highlights

  • Independent bike tour in Chicago with full-day bike rental
  • Explore the city at your own pace and enjoy the flexibility to create an itinerary that the whole family can enjoy together
  • Bike to top Chicago attractions such as Navy Pier, Millennium Park and Wrigley Field
  • See animals at the Lincoln Park Zoo (free admission) or head to the Shedd Aquarium
  • Helmet, lock and detailed map included

What You Can Expect

Chicago Independent Bike Tour with Full-Day Rental

Chicago Full Day Bike Rental

Pick up your bike at your convenience from the River East Docks. You’ll receive a helmet, bike lock and detailed map to help you easily navigate the city.

This full-day bike rental allows you to explore Chicago at your own pace. Choose from a variety of attractions and create your own sightseeing itinerary to fit your whole family's interests and preferences.

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 (The Bean). Stop here to take a photo of yourself reflected in the mirror of this famous bean-shaped sculpture!

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.

Further south, you’ll find Grant Park, whose Buckingham Fountain stands tall as one of the largest fountains in the world!

For a taste of Chicago’s passion for art and science, head to Museum Campus, a 57-acre (23-hectare) 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.

Of course, you can’t miss Wrigley Field, where the Chicago Cubs play! After your independent bike tour, drop your bike off at the rental shop by 6pm.

Itinerary

Directions:

From Kennedy Expressway (I-90, I-94):
Exit Ohio Street east. Go east on Ohio Street two blocks past Michigan Avenue and turn right (south) on Fairbanks Court. Proceed two blocks to Illinois Street and turn left (east). The entrance to pedestrian walkway leading to us is located southeast of the corner of Illinois Street and McClurg Court, next to Dick's Last Resort

From Michigan Avenue: Go east on Ohio Street two blocks and turn right (south) on Fairbanks Court. Proceed two blocks to Illinois Street and turn left (east). North Pier Docks are located at Illinois Street and McClurg Court, 465 N. McClurg Ct. The entrance to pedestrian walkway leading to us is located southeast of the corner of Illinois Street and McClurg Court, next to Dick's Last Resort.

From Stevenson Exp (I-55): Stay in left lane to exit northbound Lake Shore Drive. Cross Chicago River bridge and exit right at Navy Pier/Grand Avenue/ Illinois Street. At the bottom of the ramp go straight (north) after first light. At the second light, go left (west) on Grand Avenue. Turn left (south) on McClurg Ct. and proceed one block to Illinois Street. North Pier Docks are located at Illinois Street and McClurg Court, 465 N. McClurg Ct. The entrance to pedestrian walkway leading to us is located southeast of the corner of Illinois Street and McClurg Court, next to Dick's Last Resort.

From Southbound Lake Shore Drive: Exit right on Grand Avenue and travel west to McClurg Court. Turn left (south) on McClurg and head one block to Illinois Street. North Pier Docks are located at Illinois Street and McClurg Court, 465 N. McClurg Ct. The entrance to pedestrian walkway leading to us is located southeast of the corner of Illinois Street and McClurg Court, next to Dick's Last Resort.

Public Transportation: Six CTA buses go directly to River East Plaza (North Pier Docks) Chicago: the 29, 56, 65, 66, 120 (express bus from the Northwestern Train Station) and the 121 (express bus from Union Station.

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