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The team behind the HoliDivvy bike wants to turn cycles into a fashion statement.

Portage Park »

Divvy could help attract more shoppers to two struggling retail areas in Portage Park, officials said.

Downtown »

The specially designed bike will be available for users through New Year's Day.

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel lauded Divvy, but said check back with him in April on how it does over the winter.

Downtown »

A new website allows Chicagoans to suggest where new Divvy stations should go.

Lincoln Park »

Representatives from Divvy and the Chicago Department of Transportation led a clinic Saturday.

The Loop »

Divvy bikes have low-seated, step-through frames so that anyone can ride, designers said.

South Shore (above 79th) »

If the city gets a grant to expand to the suburbs, bike stations would also be located in Austin.

Rogers Park »

Residents can expect as many as 15 stations in the neighborhood by the end of 2014, an official said.

The Loop »

The crews are responsible for making sure the Divvy stations around the city always have bikes available.

Downtown »

A limited number of bikes will be available all winter — unless there's a severe snowstorm.

South Loop »

Security concerns prompted the city's bike-sharing system to block DivvyBrags, the company said.

Andersonville »

Excited residents this week shared Twitter photos of the new station, located at Winnemac and Clark.

Downtown »

Divvy riders have taken 365,000 trips and collectively biked 1 million miles, the city said.