Bike through Wrigleyville
A new way for Cub Fans to experience Wrigleyville
Rideabout Wrigleyville and explore the historic sports area of Chicago by bike. Rent a bike and cruise the Lakefront, the near-north neighborhoods of the Gold Coast, Lincoln Park and Wrigleyville on a leisurely ride to the Friendly Confines. Of course, no trip to the ballpark would be complete without an authentic Chicago hot dog and cold beer, so make sure to save some room for a bite along the ride.
Bike Route to Wrigleyville
Streeterville and the Gold Coast: Experience a safe but thrilling ride through the shopping and past the oldest mansions in the city on the way to Lincoln Park.
Lincoln Park (the Park): Breathe easy in the largest park in the city. Lincoln Park stretches over seven miles from Ohio Street Beach to just past Hollywood Avenue, packed with beaches, courts, courses, and trails, as well as an enormous free zoo.
Lincoln Park (the Neighborhood) and Lakeview: Quaint residences, fun shops, and an amazingly wide variety of dining characterize these beloved north side neighborhoods you can cut through to get to Wrigleyville.
Wrigley Field: Take a cruise around the park and get photos in all the best spots. Explore the history of the iconic park and the hitters and heroes who’ve played there, as well as the unique neighborhood surrounding the park
Chicago-Style Hot Dog: This classic Chicago food is no ordinary wiener— the all-beef frank with mustard, tomato, pickle, relish, onion, sport pepper, and celery salt is a meal in a bun. No trip to the ballpark would be complete without one.
Lakefront Trail: We’ll make our way back after Wrigley on the gorgeous Lakefront Trail, cruising past the beaches and boatyards at an easygoing pace
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