Be Your Own Chicago Tour Guide and Grab a Divvy

Divvy, the new bike-sharing program, has taken over the streets of Chicago. With only about 150 of the 400 bike docking stations up and running, Divvy is set to be fully implemented by Spring 2014. Divvy not only offers Chicago natives with an environmentally friendly commuter option, but Divvy lets tourists and visitors get to know Chicago on a street level with docking stations close to every site there is to see in Chicago.

So where are these aforementioned docking stations? We’re

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Here are some attractions and their closest stations:

Divvy costs 7-bucks for a 24-hour pass that included unlimited 30-minute rides. You can download the app, Cycle Finder, to check out the full map of the docking stations.