During winter, fewer daylight hours and more debris on the roadside make riding for fitness a big challenge. Thankfully, there are some great opportunities to ride indoors and still get a solid workout.
Lincoln Square has managed to maintain much of its German heritage and old-world charm despite seeing tremendous growth in the last 15 years. At times it's like biking through a small German city.
I've heard lots of snide remarks made about Divvy and the winter: "how are they going to work when we get a foot of snow?" The answer: quite well, actually.
After a hugely successful roll out in 2013, Divvy is planning to grow in 2014–expanding their stations both north and west.
The 2.7 mile mixed use path will a boon to the city's cyclists – providing a wonderful, auto-free space to ride on in the near west side of the city.
Divvy is up and rolling! Chicago now has its very own bike sharing service and it's set to revolutionize the way we get about the city.
A study by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) found that bike-friendly amenities are ranking higher and higher with potential buyers, particularly when they’re investigating newer developments.1 Comment