Established in 1993, Bike Chicago is one of the largest and most successful urban bike and Segway providers in the United States. From our unmatched selection of top quality rental equipment to our super-popular guided bike, Segway, food and walking tours, we’ve served well over one million satisfied customers. Whether you’re a local looking for a unique experience or a first-time visitor to the Windy City, we guarantee an up-close-and-personal adventure along Chicago’s lakefront, highlighted by the city’s top sites and insider secrets.
Bike Chicago also introduced Chicago’s first bike share program, which included 100 bikes at 7 locations along the lakefront, by downtown office buildings, universities, and near Chicago’s most popular attractions. Bike Chicago’s sister company, CycleHop (cyclehop.com), is a leading international planner and operator of urban bike share systems.
With professional full-time bicycle mechanics, our Millennium Park location is your one-stop-shop for all of your bicycle needs. From flat tires to tune-ups, to full bicycle assembly; our mechanics will have you on two wheels in no time.
Bike and Roll
Bike Chicago is a founding member of the Bike and Roll network, the largest bike rentals and tours company in the United States. With amazing locations in New York City, Miami, and Washington DC, we’ve perfected the art of combining urban beauty with fresh air and good times for the whole family.
Bike and Park
Bike and Park specializes in the design, installation and oversight of world-class bike parking facilities. We currently operate three of the largest and most successful bike parking facilities in the United States: McDonald’s Cycle Center (Millennium Park, Chicago, IL), the Santa Monica Bike Center (Santa Monica, CA), and the Cincinnati Bike Center (Cincinnati, OH).
Bike & Park’s mission is to inspire people to ride bicycles for the benefit of one´s health, spirit, and planet. We realize this by partnering with progressive communities and companies to create spaces and programs that encourage people to ride bikes.
McDonald’s Cycle Center
1555 2nd Street, Unit A
1502 4th Street