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18th Chicago Bike Winter Art Show Opens

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18th Chicago Bike Winter Art Show Opens

The Chainlink is a good place for bicycle riders to connect with. From suggestions for riding in heavy snow, to tales of those harrowing rides, to information about events where you can dream bikes while it snows, the Chainlink is the place. You can start with the 18th Chicago Bike Winter Art Show 18th Chicago […]

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First Look at Cermak-McCormick Place Green Line Stop

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First Look at Cermak-McCormick Place Green Line Stop

Green Line Opens New Stop in Time for Auto Show

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Chicago Blizzard Impacts Drivers

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Chicago Blizzard Impacts Drivers

LAKEVIEW — Sarah Skonieczny ruefully watched as a tow-truck driver attempted to pull her car out of the snow on the corner of Elaine Place and Cornelia Avenue. Skonieczny’s car was snowed in on Tuesday causing her to miss four meetings at her job in the suburbs. “My car has been stuck on the corner […]

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Bikers Ducking Safety at their Own Risk

While Chicago has been known for its skyscrapers, the most recent trend has been bicycle transportation on the streets. With more people riding not only Divvy bikes, but also bikes in general, the question becomes, what safety precautions are riders taking or better yet, do they even know the laws for themselves as bikers? In this video you […]

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Cycle Bike Shop Responds to Chicago’s Recent Bicycle Craze

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Cycle Bike Shop Responds to Chicago’s Recent Bicycle Craze

Carmichael Pusateri, the owner of Cycle Bike Shop, has been around to see all of the recent trends in Chicago cycling, including its recent spike in popularity. Pusateri, a former bike messenger turned business owner, opened the bicycle store in 1992 on the 1400 block of South Michigan Avenue. Being in the area for over […]

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Chicago Comes in at No. 2 for Biking

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Chicago Comes in at No. 2 for Biking

Chicago has been named by Bicycling Magazine as the second most bike-friendly city – New York City came in at No. 1. The publication pointed to Chicago’s protected bike lanes and its Divvy bike-sharing program. Chicago was in 10th place in 2010 and moved up to the No. 5 slot in 2012. Columbia College Chicago’s Lea Elgin takes […]

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How Not to Get Your Bike Stolen

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How Not to Get Your Bike Stolen

Learn how to avoid bike theft. Become a member of the Active Transportation Alliance today @ www.activetrans.org/membership via How Not to Get Your Bike Stolen – YouTube. Published on Aug 7, 2014

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