Get to know Divvy

Expanding access to every corner of the city

Divvy is Chicago’s bikeshare system, with hundreds of stations and thousands of bikes and scooters across Chicagoland. Meet the fleet, get trip tips, and learn how to ride with Divvy.

Get ready to ride

Take a look below to see how to get started, meet the fleet, and get a quick overview of riding tips.

How it works

It’s so easy.

1. Unlock it

Pick out a bike or scooter, and use the Divvy or Lyft app to scan its QR code.*

2. Ride it

Hop on and start cruisin’.

3. Park it

Find an open space at any Divvy docking station. When the lock-in light turns green, you’re all set.**

All the details

*If you don't have a smartphone, single ride passes for classic bikes can also be purchased at select Divvy kiosks. Check out step-by-step instructions here.

**If you’re on an ebike or a scooter, you can also park at one of over 600 public racks or posts for free. Check the app to find racks nearby. Parking an ebike or scooter at any other legal public location is an extra $2.40 for non-members and $1.20 for Divvy members.

Meet the fleet

Our next-gen ebike

Power up your ride with double the battery life, a stronger motor, and more seat-height options. Riding after sunset? See—and be seen—with a bright LED front light and reflective paint.

The original ebike

With speeds up to 20 MPH, these custom pedal-assist ebikes give you the power to tackle bridges, shorten your commute, and see more in less time. Just start pedaling and the power kicks in.

More about ebikes

Classic rides

Our classic bicycles were designed for easy riding in an urban environment. They were built to be comfortable for any type of rider, regardless of height, riding ability, or zodiac sign.

More about classic bikes


Kick. Push. Coast. Our scooters were designed to make riders feel cool—and confident—zipping through the streets of Chicago.

More about scooters

Riding tips

A few things to keep in mind before you get going.

Let’s get riding

Download the app to get started with a membership, day pass, or single ride. You can sign up for membership online, too.