Community Bike Ride 2023

The 2023 Community Bike Ride will be held on Sunday, September 10, 2023 at Adler Park from 9:00 am to 10:30 am.   


Online Registration:  CLICK HERE to register online for the event.   Participants can register online for the Community Bike Ride between July 19, 2023 until September 8, 2023 at Noon.    A registration form must be completed for each person participating in the bike ride. 

Event Day Registration:  Participants can register on the day of the event in person.  Registration begins at 8:30 am at the small picnic pavilion south of Adler Pool.  You can download a PDF of the registration form (CLICK HERE) and bring it the day of the event.

  • Registration Table located at small park pavilion across from Adler Pool.
  • Family-friendly Bike Ride with a 2.5-mile loop and 5-mile ride loop.
  • Optional Smart Cycling youth skills activities for kids of all ages
  • Instagram Video Creator @grillin_with_dad will be in attendance with food samples
  • George Garner Cyclery will be in attendance for Bike Safety Checks
  • Libertyville Police Department Bike Unit and School Resource Officer will be in attendance
  • Fire Department will be in attendance
  • Giveaways 

The Community Bike Ride offers a family friendly ride with a 2.5 mile loop and a 5.0 mile loop.  The rides are guided by Bicycle Commission members and Police Department staff.    The maps below show the 2.5 mile loop and the 5.0 mile loop. 

Ride Maps

Bicycle Plan

During Fiscal Year 2022/23, Public Works Staff and Civiltech Engineering worked to create the Village's first Bicycle Plan.  The Bicycle Plan was completed to provide a framework for the Village to prioritize bicycle-related capital improvements and recommendations on the location and various types of bicycle facilities throughout the Village for a safe and accessible bicycle system for all ages and abilities to amenities with the Village.  

The Bicycle Plan is available here!

What We Do - Bicycle Advisory Commission

Assess and review the bike path system within the village, and, where required, adjoining governments for the use and pleasure of the citizens of Libertyville.   Act as an advocate for a bicycle program within the village and other government units.  Foster bicycle safety through education, program enrichment and program coordination with the Libertyville Police Department, Public Works Department and the Recreation Department.  Report to the Village Board Public Works Committee regarding recommendations for bicycle programs with the village.

The staff liaisons to to the Bicycle Advisory Commission are Deputy Chief of Police - Administration Matt Goze, Assistant Public Works Director Laura Ditanto and Senior Project Engineer Harrison Meyer. 

The menu to the left provides bicyclists with the information on Bicycle Safety, Bicycle Maps, Bike Repair Stations, Community Bike Ride and the Bicycle Advisory Commission.