As a groups lets ride in the Arlington 500
takes place in Barrington, IL
for more info
The Arlington 500 is a recreational bike ride on scenic roads in Lake County. You have the option of doing a 28, 42, 54 or 69 mile (500 furlongs) route.
The Arlington 500 is a fully supported ride.
- Cue Sheet, map and route markings
- Bike shop support at start
- Rest stops with food and beverages
- Clean toilet facilities
- Roving support vehicles on the route
Date: Sunday, May 17, 2015
The Starting Location
Barrington High School
West Parking Lot
616 W. Main Street
Starts at 6:30 a.m. for all riders/all routes
Closes at 9:00 a.m. for 54 and 69 mile riders
Closes at 10:00 a.m. for 28 and 42 mile riders
$20/person ($5 discount if registered by May 8th)
Mostly level with some moderate hills.
Use of a SNELL approved bicycle helmet is mandatory for participating in the Arlington 500 and whenever you ride.
Obey Traffic Laws and No Ear Buds
Please share the road in a courteous way with other vehicles and pedestrians. Ride single file when necessary and obey all stop signs. Police officers in communities along our route will issue citations to bicyclists who don’t properly follow the rules of the road.
Send E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT the Arlington Heights Bicycle Club
The Arlington Heights Bicycle Club provides a variety of weekly rides for the beginning, intermediate and advanced cyclist. For a list of rides, information about club events and our club newsletter, visit our web site at: www.cyclearlington.com