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(Chicago, Illinois) When my sister proposed last week that we walk the Windy City’s celebrated elevated trail, The 606, I proclaimed that my bucket list was indeed complete, for I had heard about how the city had converted the Bloomingdale Line into a popular and pleasing park and trail system on the north side of the city, and I had certainly seen cyclists and pedestrians enjoying it as I rode over it on the Blue Line. 235 more words
CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Lakefront Trail is a paved path that extends 18 miles from Edgewater to South Shore.
Often viewed as the city’s most iconic park, it welcomes runners, walkers and cyclists from all over, including Eric Potash, a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy. 294 more words
Adventures on bikes!
Snapshots from our ride from Monroe Street to Promontory Point along the Lakefront trail on the 4th of July.
Our original plan was a leisurely bike ride to Promontory Point and back before taking in a view of the fireworks in the Western sky from a great pal’s deck. 144 more words