Cycle Center

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Mc Donald's Cycle Center - Facilities - Tours
... The Cycle Center conducts two- to three-hour tours, with reservations dependent on the season ... Starting at the Cycle Center, the event took riders 90 miles (140 km) near Lake Michigan, through the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, and along the backroads of both Indiana and Michigan ... The Chicago Trolley Company takes bicyclists from the Cycle Center to the DuSable Museum of African American History twice daily for the Presidential Bike tour, which starts on the South Side of Chicago ...
Mc Donald's Cycle Center
... McDonald's Cycle Center (formerly Millennium Park Bike Station) is an indoor bike station in the northeast corner of Millennium Park in the Loop community area of Chicago, in the U.S ... The city of Chicago built the center at the intersection of East Randolph Street and Columbus Drive, and opened it July 2004 ... The Cycle Center is accessible by membership and day pass ...
Mc Donald's Cycle Center - Critical Review
... The Chicago Tribune's acclaimed architecture critic, Blair Kamin, gave the Cycle Center three stars (out of a possible four), described as a "gem" for ... According to The Plain Dealer, the Cycle Center is the United States' "best-known station", while The Oregonian describes it as "the ultimate in bicycle stations" ... The Boston Globe felt that the Cycle Center put Chicago over the top as the nation's most cycling-friendly city ...

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