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Divvy will roll out Blackhawks-themed bikes to celebrate the team's eighth consecutive playoff run.

Downtown »

How should you spend your extra 24 hours of 2016? Divvy says you should explore Chicago.

Downtown »

The video features the bright blue bikes that help Divvy users travel "quicker than your average trek."

Beverly »

The popular bike-sharing program will add 75 stations in Chicago this year, but none in the 19th Ward.

Portage Park »

The bike-sharing service will come to the Far Northwest Side this summer, two years later than expected.

Lincoln Park »

Have you noticed more baby blue Divvy bikes whizzing by on the lakefront path this year?

Lakeview »

The most popular Divvy stations are close to popular attractions in the neighborhood.

South Shore »

The 31st Street Harbor is the most popular draw on the south lakefront.

Uptown »

South side stations in the neighborhood had more visitors than north side stations, data shows.

Logan Square »

Analysis of Divvy stations in Logan Square indicates the most utilized stations are along Milwaukee Ave.

Downtown »

The city's two busiest Divvy stations are in the heart of the city. 

Downtown »

Aldermen also clashed over city funding for the Active Transportation Alliance.

Beverly »

Beverly native Margot Burke Holland is rethinking everything about the neighborhood group.

Downtown »

Daily rides on Divvy will jump from $7 to $9.95.

Downtown »

The reduced-cost membership will be available to people according to family size and annual income.