Chicago continues to build on its commitment to being a bicycle-friendly city. In Lincoln Park, bike lanes can be found on many of the neighborhood’s most popular thoroughfares and dozens of bike racks are available where they’re needed most. Chicago’s Lakefront Trail, which runs from Rogers Park to Hyde Park, is a great way to see the city and Lincoln Park is an excellent stopping point when doing so.
Please remember that the City of Chicago requires a headlight if you’re traveling across Lincoln Park at night. Most CTA buses have racks to transport your bicycle should you get tired and CTA trains allow for bikes during non-rush periods.
Divvy Bike Sharing
Divvy is Chicago’s bike sharing system with over 3,000 bikes and 300 stations across the city. Intended to provide Chicagoans with an additional transportation option for getting around the city, Divvy is fun, easy and affordable. Check out the map below for locations in Lincoln Park. Before you ride, you’ll need to purchase a 24-Hour Pass ($9.95) or you may wish to purchase an Annual Membership ($99 or $9.95 per month for one year), depending on your needs. Because Divvy is intended for quick trips to help you get from Point A to Point B, you’ll get unlimited 30-minute trips within the period of your Pass or Membership. After 30 minutes, additional fees apply.
For more information please visit Divvy online at www.divvybikes.com.