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Top Cruise Routes in Chicago


When the pressures of our daily lives refuse to cease their relentless rotation in our minds, the solution often lies in escaping from reality. This escape can take various forms, and the fact that you are reading this indicates that you too are a passionate car enthusiast. One of the ways we find release is by simply shutting up, embracing the moment, and embarking on a drive.

Sometimes we hit the road just for the sake of it, either alone or with friends. Regardless of the circumstances, it's the connection between the car, the driver, and the open road that truly matters. With the windows down, we listen to the engine revving up, eagerly awaiting the perfect moment to shift gears. It's an exhilarating sensation, this bond we share with our vehicles. Residing in the greatest city in the world, it would be foolish not to take advantage of the stunning skyline and vibrant nightlife.

The driving experiences in and around Chicago are nothing short of breathtaking. During the late hours of the night, I often meet up with friends and we cruise until the sun rises. Allow me to share some of our favorite routes for these memorable drives...

The 90

Coming from the Northwest suburbs, the view of the skyline is special every time driving on 90. From 90 we get off on Ohio because of the nice little curve before the bridge over the Chicago River.


Lower Wacker

Despite all the fucboi fuckery that has been highlighted as of late in lower Wacker. This underbelly network of streets beneath Chicago remains to be a top tier destination. What the Nurburgring is to automobile industry, the legendary almost iconic status is how Chicago see's lower Wacker. With that said, be mindful, be aware, be respectful and many will continue to enjoy lower Wacker for years to come.


Lake Shore Drive

Washing out of lower Wacker, we spill out onto Lake Shore Drive. Cruising along the lake is majestic at night. The lights of the city reflect off the lake while the aroma of the lake is magnified by the breeze. It is one hell of an experience, I would suggest sharing it with others.


The Museum & Train Tracks

Lake Shore naturally leads to the museum. What usually happens is a pit stop for pictures of the skyline. From here, either head home or cruise through the city some more. The train Metra system also has a network throughout Chicago providing hidden gems for a cruiser. The night clubs by Ohio offer one the privilege to watch the drunks and good looking people stumble out after drinking and dancing, or just zone all that out and cruise underneath the greenline for miles. 


The Cruise Home


The city offers so much. After acting like tourist in our own town for the night. We end the night either eating Kabobs and rice or whatever is open very late. I highly recommend exploring the city. Until the next time I guess the view from my rear view mirror of the skyline will have to do.

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