Beloit is a city in Southwest Wisconsin.
Interstates 39, 43, and 90 serve Beloit.
To get to Beloit by bicycle from Chicago, take the Union Pacific/Northwest METRA from Ogilvie Station to Harvard, Illinois ($7). At Harvard, make a right onto W. Diggins Street/Ramer Road; 1.5 mi. Enter the bike path from Ramer Road at Lawrence Road. Take the bike path to its terminal at Maxon Road; 2 mi. Take a left on Maxon Road/Right on South Oak Grove Road; .5 mi. Make a right on IL-173 (careful: no shoulder); 2.3 mi. Make another right on Boone/McHenry County Line Road; .5 mi. Enter Long Prairie State Trail; 14.4 mi. Enter Stone Bride Trail (crushed limestone); 4.5 mi. Make a left on a bike trail and follow it until it ends; .5 mi. Take a right on the Hononegah Bike Trail and follow it to a second wooded section; 2 mi. Turn right onto a bike trail that leads into Kelly-Meyers Park, follow the road to the front of the park, and turn left out of the park. Turn right in one block on the Dorr Rd. bike trail and follow it until it ends; 3 mi. Right at Elmwood Avenue/Lathrop Terrace; 1 mi. Left at Wheeler Avenue; .25 mi. Right at Gardner Street; .25 mi. Left at Park Avenue; .25 mi. Enter Beloit at Turtle Creek bridge/Wisconsin state line.