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Learn How To Ride And Access Adaptive Bikes At 6 Free Workshops

The sessions will show bicyclists with disabilities how to access tandem bikes, hand cycles and recumbent trikes in Chicago.

Citywide

Divvy’s New E-Bike Fees Pricing Out Some Riders, Users Say

Divvy increased per-minute fees for e-bikes and upped the annual membership. Some members are switching to their own bikes or going back to the CTA in response.

Citywide

Electric Scooters Are Back For Good As Divvy Launches 1st Docked Scooter Stations

Divvy has retrofitted more than 230 docked stations to accommodate scooters, bikes and e-bikes in and near Downtown. There will be 1,000 scooters in service by the end of June.

Downtown

Divvy Installs Ebike Charging Stations To Cut Number Of Cars Needed To Drive Out Fresh Batteries

Divvy has installed five ebike charging stations across Lakeview, Lincoln Park and the West Loop.

Citywide

North Center Neighbors Hope Apartments Can Boost Lincoln Avenue Businesses And Bring Much-Needed Affordable Housing

The building will have 60 two-bedroom and eight three-bedroom apartments, with more than a dozen set aside as affordable.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park

Divvy Shatters Record With More Than 4 Million Rides Taken In 2021

The previous record was set in 2019, when Divvy saw 3.81 million rides taken throughout the year, according to officials.

Citywide

Tour Dunning On Two Wheels Saturday To Celebrate Neighborhood’s New E-Bike Divvy Stations

Locals can use their own bikes or Divvy bikes for the 8-mile ride. There will be refreshments from Eli's Cheesecake.

Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park

Divvy Expanding Across Northwest, Southwest Sides With More Stations And Bike Lanes Coming

Chicago has the largest bike-share system in the United States, and it is looking to expand, officials said.

Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale

As Divvy Expands On South And West Sides, City Asks Residents: Where Should New Bike-Share Stations Go?

The bike-share program is expanding on the West, Northwest and Southwest sides of the city, from Dunning to West Lawn.

Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale

Woman On Divvy Bike Says Pickup Truck Driver Hit, Seriously Injured Her In Logan Square

Because of her head injuries, Marguerite Wynter doesn't remember much about what happened. Wynter and her family are calling on witnesses to come forward.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale

Divvy Rider, 28, Killed In Crash On Near West Side, Police Say

The man was riding a bike Wednesday morning when a driver hit him near the 2000 block of West Warren Boulevard, police said.

Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards

South Side Bike Rides Creating New Form Of Activism, Solidarity And Positivity For Black And Brown Cyclists

"Bike riding is an outward display of power, an outward display of freedom," one community organizer said.

Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore

Divvy Ebikes Coming To Racks Around The City Wednesday

The ebikes can go up to 15 mph. The will cost the same as regular Divvy bikes in designated areas on the South and West sides, and an extra 15 cents per minute on the North Side, where racks are more plentiful.

Downtown

Divvy Expands To Far South Side, With 16.5 Miles Of Bike Lanes Coming

The first station that's part of the expansion was installed Thursday at 83rd Street and South Stewart Avenue.

Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham

South Side Residents To Weigh In On New Divvy Locations, Test Electric Bikes At Community Events

As part of the events, residents will test some of the new e-bikes, and make recommendations on where some of the new 175 Divvy stations should be located.

Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham

Starting Saturday, 2,500 Scooters Will Hit The Streets Of Chicago. Here’s How To Avoid Acting A Fool On One.

The city is letting 10 vendors operate 250 scooters each for the next four months. We mapped where you can find them.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park

Family Of Divvy Bike Rider Killed In 2016 Awarded $5.25 Million, Was Nation’s First Bike Share Death

Ginny Murray, 25, died at the intersection of Belmont and Sacramento avenues in 2016.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale

As City Moves Closer To Exclusive Deal With Lyft To Run Divvy, South And West Siders (And Uber) Fight Back

Uber, which owns electric bike-sharing firm Jump, wants the agreement changed to a non-exclusive pact to allow it to offer 20,000 dockless bicycles and 2,000 scooters in all 50 wards as soon as this summer.

Downtown

Here Are The Locations For Divvy’s 36 New Stations Across Chicago

River North, Englewood, Ukrainian Village and the Near West Side will all get new Divvy stations.

Downtown