Sunday Sept. 10th 8:45 am to 2 pm Logan Square to Forest Glen Wild Ride
From the streets and into the woods: Come satisfy your woodland soul as we tred lightly into ecological restoration for a hands on experience that will grow for a lifetime. Featuring: The House Of OOFD, Serbians of Sunnyday Tap, and The NBT Project.
A Sunday morning bike ride with the Out our Front Door Organization from the Logan Square Monument to Forest Glen Woods with bikes, ecological restoration, native plant talk, Sunnyday Tap and Drinks.
The woods of Cook County hold more wild than we think and it is here at Forest Glen we find simple pleasures of nature. Full Details below.
Sunday July 16th 8:30 am | Logan Square Monument | 3150 W Logan Blvd, Chicago, IL 60647
Bike Ride, ecological restoration, native plant talk, Superdawgs and Drinks. A bike service day from Logan Square to the North Branch Trail's new Clayton Smith Woods Preserve and back. (map down below)
On Thursday May 18th stop in BFF Bikes for an OOFD Bike Camp Movie Night: A locally produced documentary showcasing how the historical journey of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore came to be —"Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability"
After the film, join documentarian and Co-Producer Tom Desch for a Q&A, and check out regional bike maps & routes. Then go bike camping this season to discover first-hand about a place which exists outside all our front doors, the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
SATURDAY, MAY 6th, 9:15AM–3PM • DVORAK PARK, 1119 W Cullerton St, Chicago, IL 60608
Now I see the secret of making the best person: it is to grow in the open air and to eat and sleep with the earth.
ACCOMPLISH EARTH DAY ON A WHOLE NEW LEVEL
-APRIL 22nd ALL DAY EVENT-
Chicago South Side
Bike Architecture Tour | Trail Goodness | Native Plant Speaker | Afterparty Music & Drinks
Free Event: Sunday, February 26, 2017 10AM - 4PM
At the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum
2430 N. Cannon Drive Chicago, IL.
Passion is Raw, Ambitious, & Without Limit. Ignite It.
Join the Out Our Front Door organization with 85+ non-profits at the Chicago Volunteer Expo. There are so many ways to give back to your community in 2017. Save the date to find the one that’s right for you at the Chicago Volunteer Expo! Located at the renowned Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum! Right near the Lake Front Path. Learn more down below.
In this edition of the OOFD newsletter, Kyle Millns, Bryan McClaran, and Jeremy Bloyd-Peshkin chat about winter riding. Three Logan Square residents who race for Intent Strength & Multisport, commute year-round, and host the non-suburban version of their team’s group ride. Additionally, Jeremy spent 18 months living in a research station in Antarctica.
Two of them, Kyle and Bryan, host the Frostbite 50, a roughly fifty-mile ride that occurs on the first Saturday in February. This infamous ride crosses state lines twice, visits three breweries, and may or may not have a rolling bar! They recorded a conversation for us while driving to Aurora, IL, where they were (not surprisingly) gearing up to ride fat bikes in 10-degree weather.
Let’s see what they have to say about winter cycling, and the sheer awesomeness that is the FB50:
In Association with National Bike Week...
"To immerse , educate, preserve & advance the history, culture, trails and native habitats of the Lower Lake Michigan Basin Area"