Divvy is Chicago’s bike share system. Thousands of bikes are now available to you 24 hours per day, each day of the year. Divvy stations are located all over Chicago. Pick up a bike from any station and drop it off at any other. Once you’ve purchased an Annual Membership or 24-Hour Pass, all your trips less than 30 minutes in duration (most bike trips) are free. Trips that last longer than 30 minutes incur additional usage fees. If your trip will last you more than 30 minutes, we recommend docking the bike after your first 30 minutes at any station and checking out another bike for an additional 30 minutes of free riding.

Twenty-Four-Hour Passes are available for purchase for $9.95 from any Divvy station. You may also use any station to redeem the FREE 24-Hour Pass from your Go Garfield Park Go Kit. Just enter the code when prompted. A credit or debit card is required to ride Divvy bikes.

Annual Memberships can be bought online. Annual Memberships have a monthly installment of $9.95 per month and require an annual commitment. You can also purchase an Annual Membership at a reduced cost of $99.

Learn more about Divvy memberships.

Divvy for Everyone (D4E)

CDOT now offers the Divvy for Everyone (D4E) program for Chicagoans who face financial barriers or who do not have a credit or debit card. Sign up for a discounted membership at Central States SER at the Garfield Workforce Center (10 S. Kedzie Ave.) or learn more at

You must be 16 years or older to use a Divvy bike.

Divvy Locations in and near East and West Garfield Park

  • Congress Pkwy. & Pulaski Rd.
  • Congress Pkwy. & Western Ave.
  • Franklin Blvd. & Sacramento Blvd.
  • Harrison St. & Cicero Ave.
  • Harrison St. & Kedzie Ave.
  • Lake St. & California Ave.
  • Lake St. & Central Park Blvd.
  • Lake St. & Kedzie Ave.
  • Lake St. & Kostner Ave.
  • Lake St. & Laramie Ave.
  • Lake St. & Pulaski Rd.
  • Madison St. & Kolmar Ave.
  • Monroe St. & Western Ave.
  • Jackson Blvd. & Laramie Ave.
  • Quincy & Cicero Ave.
  • Roosevelt St. & Kedzie Ave.
  • Roosevelt St. & Washtenaw Ave.
  • Roosevelt St. & Western Ave.
  • Wilcox & Kostner Ave.

View a map of Divvy locations.


Is your favorite Garfield Park business lacking a bike rack? Request a free bike rack from the City of Chicago.


The City of Chicago sends out Bicycling Ambassadors and Safe Routes to School Ambassadors to events at no charge. Invite them to an event.


Call 311, or use the online 311 portal, to access the City of Chicago's 24-hour City Services Request hotline and report city street locations with potholes, broken glass, and other maintenance and repair needs.


Ciclo Urbano
Ciclo Urbano is a full-service community bicycle shop located just north of us in Humboldt Park (2459 W. Division St.). They repair bikes and sell parts, accessories, and both new and used bicycles.

  • Shop Hours:
  • Mondays - Thursday 11am - 7pm
  • Friday & Saturday 11am - 6pm
  • Sunday 11am - 5pm

Greenline Wheels
Greenline Wheels is a non-profit bike shop located in Oak Park (105 S. Marion St.). The shop offers bike rentals, cycling clinics, and workshops all year round.

Slow Roll Chicago
Slow Roll Chicago is a bicycle movement devoted to making bicycling more accessible and equitable to everyone in Chicago, especially Chicago’s south and west side communities. Slow Roll leads group rides every Wednesday from April to October. All ages, skill levels, and types of bikes are welcome.