Tour de Fat 2009

by bike and roll c... | 07/09/2009


The Tour de Fat will once again be meandering and pandering to Chicago spreading the good word about the positive societal offerings of the bicycle and donating to a local non-profit. Along with our exceptional ability to roust a city's inner-cyclist, in 2009 we hope to drive our message even deeper by bringing you a show of one lucky Chicagoan who will trade their car for a gloriously hand built commuter bicycle.

The event is this Saturday, July 11 at Palmer Square from 9am-4pm. Don't miss it! Check out this video from last year:

Bike Lollapalooza

by bike and roll c... | 07/01/2009


Bike and Roll Chicago is offering Lollapalooza attendees amazing deals on bike and segway tours and bike rentals. Check it out on the Lollapalooza page under "getting there" or go directly to this website:

Bike and Roll Chicago Polo Team, Coming Soon!

by bike and roll c... | 06/26/2009

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Bike and Roll Chicago will be starting a bike polo team soon! More details will be available at a later time. Check out this Chicago Bike Polo video in the meantime. Check out the Chicago Bike Polo Video:

Chicago’s Top 5 Places to Live for Convenient Biking

by Josh Anderson | 10/10/2008

Lincoln Park
With one of the city’s longest stretches of traffic-free biking and designated bike lanes along many of the main streets, it’s no wonder Lincoln Park is a favorite Chicago neighborhood among avid cyclists and recreational bike riders alike. Paved paths crisscross the expansive namesake park, providing easy access to the site’s many attractions (such as the Lincoln Park Zoo, Conservatory and History Museum), and underground passes and a skywalk with ramps to North Avenue Beach make crossing busy Lake Shore Drive carefree. The bike trail along the edge of Lake Michigan has become a main artery for city cyclists heading south to downtown and beyond or north to Lakeview and other north side neighborhoods. Actually, the path is part of a continuous 18-mile-long lakefront bike trail that hugs the shoreline from the South Shore Cultural Center up to East Rogers Park.