September 6th, 2011 by admin
Three best places to rent a bike in Chicago were all selected on the basis of their location, variety of rental bikes available, the high quality of customer service that they provided and the daily cost of renting a bike. Popular biking areas in Chicago are round the Lake Michigan’s 18-mile bike pathways and the other 150 miles of designated bike lanes intersecting around the city.
Our first choice is Bobby’s Bike Hike with their two convenient locations at the Ogden Slip at the River East docks and Lincoln Park near the harbor. Employees are first rate correctly insuring that every bike rental exactly fist the rider, offering very helpful tips and recommendations about Chicago. Dual rider bikes, mountain bikes, bike trailers, children bikes and bike trailers are available. Helmets and maps are included free with every rental from Bobby’s Bike Hike. Child bike seats are also available for rent. Bike rentals start out at 32 for a full day.
Bike and Roll Chicago is unique in that you can reserve bike rentals online and offers Segways for rental as well. Nine convenient locations are dotted along Lake Shore drive and at museums. Bike tours, pedi-cabs, and Segway tours are available. The Trek bike name brand is specifically offered for rental here. Customers may also purchase a bike here as well. Bike rentals start out at 39 and for the entire day.
B-cycle is a little different than the previous two bike rentals mentioned above. All stations are fully automated lacking customer service representatives and use a credit card to rent a bike. You rent a bike for 24 hours at any one of the B-cycle rental stations called B-stations around Chicago and simply return it to any B-station when finished with the bike.
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