City of Chicago Department of Transportation – Bicycle Program
The City of Chicago Bicycle Program implements the strategies in the Bike 2015 Plan to make cycling an integral part of daily life in Chicago. The program offers a number of resources to individuals and employers including bike maps, bike racks and staff resources. For more information, contact the City of Chicago Department of Transportation Bike Program at:
312.742.2453 (Bike Hotline)
McDonald’s Cycle Center
McDonald’s Cycle Center offers a number of services for individuals in the Chicago area including secure bicycle parking, lockers, showers, bicycle rental, bicycle repair, guided bicycle tours and more.
McDonald’s Cycle Center also offers low cost individual memberships for the Millennium Park Bicycle Station. For more information, contact the McDonald’s Cycle Center at:
239 East Randolph Street
Chicago, Illinois 60601
888.BIKE.WAY (888.245.3929) (toll-free)
Active Transportation Alliance
Based in Chicago, the Active Transportation Alliance is a non-profit advocacy organization that works to improve conditions for bicycling, walking and transit and engages people in healthy and active ways to get around.
For nearly 25 years, the Alliance has led the charge for a transportation culture that values safety, health, sustainability and choice. Formerly the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation, the Alliance expanded their mission and created a new name to reflect and strengthen its work and vision to create opportunities for people to move and travel safely, actively and enjoyably.
The Alliance offers a number of resources including Bike to Work information and also sponsors a number of events in the Chicagoland area. Active Transportation Alliance can be reached at:
9 West Hubbard Street, Suite 402
Chicago, Illinois 60654-6545