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Women Bike Chicago

A grass roots group started by local women to encourage other women to ride bikes for recreation and transportation.

2016 will be packed with women-oriented events from rides to clinics to social events.  Check out our website to keep up to date. If you want to receive our monthly newsletter, please sign up at the website.

Get out and ride yer bike!  Any woman can do it!



Location: Chicago
Members: 72
Latest Activity: Feb 4, 2019

Discussion Forum

Events 8 Replies

Let's post info about non-ride events here.Continue

Started by Anne Alt. Last reply by Lisa Curcio Apr 1, 2016.

Rides 16 Replies

Let's post info about rides under this topic.  If you want to lead a ride or collaborate on a ride idea, share it here.Continue

Tags: rides

Started by Anne Alt. Last reply by Lisa Curcio Jul 23, 2015.

Chest-compatible Chrome bags?

My mom gave me a great birthday gift: a backpack from Chrome. Unfortunately I can't really use it. The chest strap, while adjustable to an extent, seems to rest in exactly the wrong spot relative to…Continue

Tags: strap, chest, chrome, apparel, accessories

Started by Beth Binkovitz Sep 1, 2014.

Commuting logistics 12 Replies

So I was thinking would be nice to talk to people/ women about what to do with the commuting on the bike plus the work clothes logistics and strategies to make it easier or less…Continue

Started by Ja Coba. Last reply by Beth Binkovitz Sep 1, 2014.

Comment Wall


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Comment by Inspyrd Ancienne on May 21, 2017 at 8:16am

Calling all ladies! 

Check out this fun, social 10 mile ride on Saturday from 3-5 in Villa Park, IL with wine and cheese afterwards!  Hope to see you there!

Comment by Yasmeen on May 20, 2017 at 8:35am

If you are generally looking for events with women, you can also check The Chainlink calendar. Here's the next Critical Lass event:

Also, if you want to connect with women on The Chainlink, there's a group:

Comment by Lisa Curcio on May 20, 2017 at 6:13am

For all things Women Bike Chicago:

Comment by Ja Coba on May 19, 2017 at 9:37pm

What is the best way to connect with most recent events?

Comment by Lisa Curcio on June 5, 2015 at 10:42am
Comment by Lisa Curcio on April 30, 2015 at 10:50am

We are leading a ride with Slow Roll and Breakthrough Urban Ministries on Saturday.  Good weather, fun, and new friends are in the forecast!

Comment by Lisa Curcio on January 12, 2015 at 3:56pm

Have a look at the January Women Bike Chicago newsletter here.

Comment by Debbie Mossburg on September 15, 2014 at 2:49pm

I would like to invite my fellow lady riders to join us for this great event for a great cause.  Bike Bald is an organization that is organized by a group of "Grassroots" women that for years have been offering to the community organized and fun events to the community to enjoy.  This event is extremely special as we ask you to "Step up & Pedal for Cancer Awareness"...Join us on October 18th for our Large event - "Tweed Ride", where music, celebrities, vintage market, a ride back in time takes place...Bike Bald was founded by a 3x Cancer survivor, that feels the passion along with the team to promote cycling with a cause.  We are extremely convenient to the Naperville Train station.

Comment by Anne Alt on August 8, 2014 at 7:00am

Four Star Bike & Chow is a fun neighborhood bike tour for all ages, with 4 routes: 12, 20, 40 and 62 miles. Sign up now to ride or volunteer. If you'd like to volunteer AND do the ride, there are pre-event volunteer positions. Route marking volunteers are urgently needed.

Comment by KayCee on June 4, 2014 at 8:01pm

Hey Julie!  Yep, I changed the venue to Cottontail Park, start time at 6:00.  I started by inviting just those from our meetup group, but am opening it up to the public, because why not?  I'd love to see any of you there- I'll create a Chainlink event soon to share as well.  I loved the setup you all had at the Dvorak Park event where Anika kind of oversaw and took people for rides, so thanks for the idea!  The park here has a playground, pavillion, and sandbox to keep kids busy while adults can talk and check things out, so I'm thinking everyone can enjoy themselves.


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