Thank you for being part of an amazing weekend of bike travel! Bike Travel Weekend included over 700 trips with more than 5,600 participants in 50 U. S. states, 6 Canadian provinces, and 11 countries! It was a success because of YOU. We also want to give a shout-out to the Bike Travel Weekend volunteers who offered guidance to participants and helped promote Bike Travel Weekend.
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Save the date for next year’s adventure!! We are already looking ahead to June 3 – 5, 2022 for the next Bike Travel Weekend!
A 10-hour night-shift at a Chicago Hospital. Starting 40 miles west of Chicago, in Naperville, IL, I will be depart/return from Naperville heading north out of town on local paved roads to the Herrick Lake Forest Preserve crushed-limestone and connecting to the Illinois Prairie Path. The Illinois Prairie Path is a crushed-limestone trail with various spurs that connect the communities along the Fox River and Fox River trails and reaches nearly all the way to Chicago (actually the suburb of Forest Park, IL). Once arriving in Forest Park, IL at the end of the Illinois Prairie Path, I will be picking up local suburban paved streets designated as the Grand Illinois Trail and follow that into Chicago connecting to the new and modern elevated bike path and park, The 606, on an old elevated commuter rail line previously named The Bloomingdale Line. At the end of The 606, I will connect to paved streets designated as bike routes to the hospital for the night.