Mayor Emanuel opened the 110th station Thursday morning. He also introduced a special red Divvy bike. Riders who rent the red bike can use #divvyred to post pictures and videos to social media. Users will then be eligible to win prizes from Divvy, including annual memberships, gift certificates and hotel stays. Divvy Bikes Stations
An annual membership costs $75 and includes unlimited 30-minute bike trips. Twenty-four hour passes are $7.
Divvy plans to add 40 new stations by the end of this week, and 3,000 bikes by the end of the summer. Find current and planned Divvy Bikes Stations on this map.