See the sights.
All of ‘em.
We dare you to bike it all
With more than 400 miles of bike lanes throughout Chicago and Evanston, Divvy is the best way to see the town. But don’t just take our word for it—see below for some of our favorite rides.
Getting around is a breeze
Check out the map and see how easy it is to get where you want to go.
Get out and ride
Whatever you have planned for the day, there are bikes available to get you there and back. (And to a slice in between.)
Lakefront Trail North
Cruise alongside some of Lake Michigan’s most popular beaches. The path is car-free. It’s scenic. And it’s fully paved.
One of the most popular tourist attractions in the city, Navy Pier’s got it all. Entertainment. Dining. Shopping. Pretty darn nice views of Lake Michigan too.
Lakefront Trail South
Lake as far as the eye can see to the east. Some of the city's most popular attractions to the west. We’ve got Divvy stations on or just off the path so you can unlock, ride, and dock to take in some Chicagoan culture.
Your one-stop shop for museums. Ride from the Adler Planetarium to the Shedd, the largest aquarium in the world, and finish up at the Field Museum of Natural History. We’ve got Divvy stations outside each one.
Once an elevated rail line, the 606 is now 2.7 miles of greenspace for walking, running, and biking. Grab a pop and peep the six ground level parks, art installations, and more.
Bike. Swim. Picnic. Stare into the sparkling blue waters. Promontory Point is part of the expansive Burnham Park. If you know, you know.
Get to know Chicago
Chicago and Evanston cover a lot of ground. There’s always more to discover. Follow the links below to learn more about the city and its bike and scooter community.
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