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Chicago Lakefront Bike Tour of Lincoln Park

1. Chicago Lakefront Bike Tour of Lincoln Park

The parks, skyline and lakefront of the Windy City are beautiful from any point of view. But they come alive when you can feel the wind in your hair. Bicycling along the Lakefront Trail and past beaches, lagoons and city landmarks is exhilarating, even at a casual pace. And our informative, entertaining tour guides make sure you have a good time. The route we follow starts at Millennium Park and includes the Lincoln Park Zoo and Conservatory, the Navy pier, Notebaert Nature Museum and North Avenue Beach. It is an easy 8-mile ride that takes about 3 hours. Our tour is designed for maximum enjoyment, not speed, so it makes a great outdoor activity for friends, families, couples or anyone who wants to see popular Chicago sights up close and personal.

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Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 74 reviews

Fun, informative and charming. Everyone would love this bike tour!

We toured the shoreline and some excellent parks. It was safe and entertaining all in the fresh outdoor spring/summery air. While listening to the pictures the guide painted we learned more about Chicago and Lincoln Park in an amusing way. We highly recommend this to anyone desiring a fun fact-filled two hour tour!

Great tour along Lake Michigan!

An inspiring and relaxing ride along the lake shore. The best way to explore the city on a hot summer day! Thanks Jay for showing us some hidden and wonderful places!