Divvy bikes have taken over the city in nearly six months since the bike-sharing… (Scott Strazzante / Chicago…)
It's pretty obvious that Divvy bikes have taken over Chicago. Here's a breakdown by the numbers of Divvy's success. All data through Nov. 6, provided by Divvy.
As of Nov. 7, Divvy totaled 11,026 annual members.
There have been 649,053 trips taken so far.
That amounts to an estimated 1,598,005 miles traveled, 68,714,215 calories burned and 1,070,663 pounds of carbon offset.
Divvy currently has 300 stations with 4,996 total bike docks.
On a given day, 15 to 30 bikes will be brought into Divvy headquarters to be serviced for problems.
Each bike is made up of 125 different parts.
About 1,600 worn pedals have been replaced since late-June. The next most ordered part in the Divvy system are bike tire tubes. About 700 have been replaced so far.
That’s how much the front pack area on a Divvy bike is rated to hold.
Divvy keeps all rider data anonymous, but the company can say the most trips taken by a single subscriber since launch is 544. A different user has logged 86.3 hours of riding time since launch.
The number of accidents that have been reported to Divvy since its launch.
#DIVVYRED, the bike-share’s red-painted special edition ride, logged 785 rides in August.
“Divvy Blue,” the bike-share’s signature color, is officially known as Pantone 298. You can get it at pretty much any paint store.
The number of docks at Divvy’s largest station in Daley Center Plaza.
Top three sharing stations:
Top three ending stations:
- Millennium Park - 16,082 rides
- Streeter Drive and Illinois Street - 15,865 rides
- Lake Shore Drive and Monroe Street - 14,889 rides
Bottom three starting stations:
- Streeter Drive and Illinois Street - 17,616 rides
- Millennium Park - 16,999 rides
- Lake Shore Drive and Monroe Street - 14,758 rides
Bottom three ending stations:
- Cottage Grove Avenue and 47th Street - 12 rides
- Calumet Avenue and 35th Street - 21 rides
- Western Avenue and 24th Street - 31 rides
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- Cottage Grove Avenue and 47th Street - 7 rides
- Calumet Avenue and 35th Street - 18 rides
- Western Avenue and 24th Street - 43 rides