NORTHBROOK Performance Bicycle Save As My Store My Store

315 Skokie Blvd  Village Square of Northbrook Northbrook, IL  60062

Store Hours:

10:00AM-8:00PM Monday- Friday
10:00AM-6:00PM Saturday
11:00AM-6:00PM Sunday
All stores closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.


What's Happening at Our Store?

You're invited to join our Saturday morning, beginners group ride starting from and ending at our Northbrook, Performance Bicycle store. The ride is for beginners and those getting back on the saddle. The average pace will be between 10 and 14 miles per hour and the ride will last approximately one hour. We'll explore some of the local bike paths available to you and expierence some residential riding as well. The ride leaves the store every Saturday morning, 9:00am and is a "No Rider Left Behind" ride. Come out and join our ride leaders, for some fun outdoors. Bring a helmet, waterbottle, spare tube, positive attitude :)

For more details and to sign up for the ride please visit our page on MeetUp, Great Ride Series Northbrook.

Local Clubs and Events
  • Arlington Heights Bicycle Association
  • Chicago Cycling Club
  • Evanston Bike Club
  • Velo Club Roubaix
Routes / Trails

Local Trails

Robert McClory Trail
Description: 25 miles connnecting three major trails - Green Bay Trail, Kenosha Trail and the East West North Shore Trail, cyclists will ride throug urban to suburban areas in the southern portion which open up to prairies and light woods in the northern portion.
Difficutly: Beginner to Intermediate
Location: Highway 41 at Old Elm Road, park south of Old Elm Road on Western Avenue or Hyacinth Place.

Chicago North Branch Trail – Road
Description: Scenic all the way from the city to the Botanical Gardens in the north suburbs
Difficulty: Beginner
Location: Starts at Devon and Elston in the city, heads north through the suburbs and ends at the Botanical Gardens in Northbrook

The Chicago Lakefront Trail - Road
Description: Passes beaches, harbors, Lincoln Park Zoo, Navy Pier and more, all with great views of the Chicago skyline - 20.1 Miles
Difficulty: All Levels
Location: From Hollywood Ave on the North side to 71st Street on the South

The Des Plaines River Trail - MTB
Description: 40 plus miles of challenging trails known as the 8-ball at Oakton Ave and the DPRT
Difficulty: All Levels
Location: Start in Maywood west of downtown Chicago and follow the Des Plaines River north well into Lake County

We recommend that you confirm trail openings and locations with local resources.