Unlock any of 3,000 easy-to-ride bikes at 300+ stations throughout Chicago with 24-hour passes or a year-long membership with special perks
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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $12.99 for three Groupons, each valid for one 24-hour pass ($21 value)
- $65 for a one-year “Gear” membership ($125 value)<p>
24-hour passes grants access to the system for a 24-hour period, during which bikes can be taken out an unlimited number of times, but extra charges will be applied for trips over 30 minutes. Click here for more info.
The “Gear” membership includes:
- One year of unlimited 30-minute bike trips
- Five 24-hour passes to share with family and friends
- Divvy beanie
- Discounts at bike shops and other local businesses<p>
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must redeem 24-hour passes at any station kiosk by 6/30/14; must activate "Gear" membership online by 2/28/14. Online redemption required for "Gear" membership. Must be 16 or older. Bikes are available year-round, seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Valid credit card required; credit card will only be charged if overtime fees are incurred. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Divvy Divvy's blue-painted cycles are specially designed, heavy-duty, durable bikes that help riders find their wheels across Chicagoland. There are currently more than 5,800 of them cruising the streets and parked at 580+ solar-powered, touch-screen-equipped stations, which make up this highly popular bike-share program.
Getting in on the action is simple, as Divvy is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Purchasing a 24-hour pass or an annual membership lets you unlock any bike at any Divvy station. After adjusting its seat to fit your height , it's ready to take for a ride—perhaps along the Lakefront Trail, to work, or on an adventure with friends. If your trip lasts less than 30 minutes, you won't pay anything extra. For longer jaunts, you can pay a usage fee or just re-dock your bike at any station and take out another one. (The system has twice as many docking spots as bikes, so you shouldn't have trouble finding a parking space.)
The cheery blue bikes themselves are designed for smooth city riding. An internal gear system means there's no chain to snag pant legs or skirt hems, and a front rack relieves shoulders of purses and bags. Flashing front and rear lights and a bell ensure that other road and path users know that you're rolling through.
Groupon Guide to Chicago
Most Divvy rides go smoothly, but sometimes you'll hit a bump along the way. Be prepared with these tips and tricks for bike-share newbies.