Experience Chicago in a whole new way

Divvy is Chicago's bike share system, with 580 stations and 5,800 bikes across Chicagoland. It’s a fun, affordable and convenient way to get around.

Join

Become an Annual Member or buy a 24-Hour Pass from a Divvy station kiosk or Transit App.

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Unlock

Find an available bike nearby, and get a ride code or use your member key to unlock it.

FIND A BIKE

Ride

Take as many short rides as you want while your pass or membership is active.

SEE POPULAR RIDES

Return

Return your bike to any station, and wait for the green light on the dock to make sure it's locked.

GET STARTED

A fun and affordable way to get around

24-Hour Pass

$9.95 / day

Perfect for tourists and occasional riders

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Annual Membership

$99 / year

Best deal for locals and frequent riders

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Rules of the Road

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Ride with traffic

Obey traffic signals

Stop for people walking

Stay off sidewalks

Mobile app

Learn about our favorite app for wheeling around town

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Meet the Bike

Easy to use and built for a wide range of riders

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I take a bike out?

First, you need to become an Annual Member or buy a 24-Hour Pass to be able to use Divvy. Then, find available bikes on the System Map.  If you're a member, you can insert your bike key into a dock to unlock a bike; or if you don't have your key...

How long can I keep a bike out?

The first 30 minutes of each ride are included in the membership or pass price. You can keep a bike out for longer, but additional usage fees apply. Please see the Annual Membership and 24-Hour Pass pages for more pricing details.

Why do rides lasting longer than 30 minutes cost more?

Bike share is designed for short rides and one-way trips. Rides are limited in length to make sure that bikes are available for all users to “share” throughout the day. That’s why only the first 30 minutes of each ride are included in the pass price, and why extra fees...

How do I return a bike?

You can return your bike to any station with an open dock – you don't have to bring it back to the station where you picked it up. Find available docks on the System Map. Line up the triangle located at the front of the bike with the dock and insert your bike gently but...