CHICAGO'S FAVORITE DIVVY APP
Chivvy is the easiest way to get directions around Chicago via Divvy bikes. Chivvy helps you find directions via Divvy using bike paths, locate nearby Divvy stations with available bikes or docks, and easily check the bike availability at your favorite stations.
MADE WITH LOVE
This app was made with love by an active Divvy rider in Chicago. Please rate the app if you find it useful!
FIND CLOSEST DIVVY STATION
Quickly find the Divvy station closest to your current location, or any location, and check bike availability.
GET DIRECTIONS VIA DIVVY
Navigate Chicago via Divvy. Here’s what you’ll see when after you search for directions:
1) Start location
2) Walking directions to closest Divvy station with available bikes
3) Biking directions to ending Divvy station with available docks
4) Walking directions to destination
CHECK YOUR FAVORITE STATIONS
Quickly check your favorite stations for bike or dock availability through the saved stations feature.
Chivvy is not affiliated with, or endorsed by Divvy Bikes, Alta or Alta Bicycle Share, Inc. Alta®, Divvy™ and Divvy Bikes™ are registered trademarks of Alta Bicycle Share, Inc. All rights are reserved by the respective owners.
- Station bike/dock counts don't include disabled bikes/docks anymore. The number of bikes/docks available is now accurate!
Ratings and Reviews
Finally found this great app that uses Google maps. No more crappy cyclefinder! Shows routes including walking to and from station, time to ride...
It would be great if it showed broken down walking and biking, to know if the trip can be made under 30min limit, or where to recharge on the way!
A must-have app for Divvy riders
This certainly helps in navigating Divvy when going from A to B and helps alleviate the need from switching between Google Maps and another app.
My “dream” wishes for this app are:
1) allowing you to check out a bike using a token system like Transit has.
2) a stopwatch so I can time my rides and avoid extra charges and/or helping you break up rides to under 30 minute chunks.
Overall if you ride Divvy you need this app.
Sleek app, could be improved
Google maps, nice look, good directions.
Only setback is the dots are color coded based on available bikes, not available docks. If you want to see where you can dock it you have to click through the stations to see the detail of bikes/docks. It's not convenient for a quick glance (especially while biking) to see where you can dock it. As much as I would prefer to use this app I switched to another for this reason.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.