Arlington 500

Sunday, May 21, 2017
Barrington High School 616 W. Main Street BarringtonIL  60010
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Barrington High School 616 W. Main Street BarringtonIL  60010
Arlington500_42Mile - Arlington500_42Mile
in 17 days $25.00
Arlington500_54Mile - Arlington500_54mile
in 17 days $25.00
Arlington500_69Mile - Arlington500_69Mile
in 17 days $25.00

About This Activity

The Arlington Heights Bike Club 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. You get all this on every route:

  • Downloadable GPS link and/or cue sheet
  • Bike shop support at start
  • Rest stops with food and beverages
  • Clean toilet facilities
  • Roving support vehicles
  • Free bicycle safety light if you pre-register

Event details and schedule

Date: Sunday, May 21, 2017

Starting Location: 

Barrington High School (west parking lot)
616 W. Main Street
Barrington, Illinois

Registration Time:
Starts at 6:30 a.m. for all riders
Closes at 9:00 a.m. for 54 and 69 mile riders
Closes at 10:00 a.m. for 28 and 42 mile riders

Registration & Registration Fees:
Pre-registration fee is $20.00 per rider if received by May 12th!
Day of Ride Registration is $25.00 per rider


Mostly level with some moderate hills.

Your Safety:

Use of a SNELL approved bicycle helmet is strongly recommended. Wearing ear buds is
strongly discouraged. Both of these can impact your safety on the road!

Obey Traffic Laws:

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
routes will issue citations to bicyclists who don’t properly follow the rules of the road.

***GPS downloadable link***
NEW for 2017, we have a downloadable GPS link! Go to our website at for details!

Organizer Info

Map & Direction

Barrington High School 616 W. Main Street BarringtonIL  60010
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