Love this (and it's making me long for summer nights on my bike).
"Divvy Divvy Divvy, can't you see? Sometimes your bikes just hypnotize me."
Josh Brickman just happened to be riding a Divvy last winter when a certain Notorious B.I.G. song popped into his head — and he couldn't help thinking, "Divvy Divvy Divvy, can't you see? Sometimes your bikes just hypnotize me."
But Brickman, an engineer living in Streeterville, didn't stop there.
With help from four friends who also are Divvy super-fans, all in their mid 20s, he ended up writing, performing and filming a slickly produced music video, sampling Biggie's "Hypnotize" and name-checking Chicago staples like Wacker Drive, the polar vortex, hot dogs with no ketchup, the Cubs' World Series drought and Lake Michigan.
You can read the story about the video (and Josh, the cyclist) on DNAinfo: