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Started this discussion. Last reply by ad Oct 28, 2018.

Amazing wildlife on the lakefront trail right now
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Allan replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"This happens to me every so often(moreso late at night, as it tends to be the only time this station can occasionally get full), with the station at Clark/Bryn Mawr. If that occurs, then usually I go to the one at Bryn Mawr/Ridge/Broadway, or…"
yesterday
Skip Montanaro 14.5mi replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"I started using DIVVY while recovering from my crash in 2017. Once I could pedal, it was just a whole lot easier on my healing leg to turn a crank than to walk or use crutches. One day, I get to Evanston Davis Street Metra, hobble over to the DIVVY…"
May 10
Steve Johnson replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"This is a daily occurrence at the Belmont L stop after the bikes are "re-balanced".  I've asked the Divvy employee to at least leave a dock or two open because the next closest stations are several blocks away in all…"
May 10
Phillip Hutchinson replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"The upcoming Divvy expansion will include dockless e-bikes that have exactly what you are describing. They refer to it as a "hybrid locking" and say the bikes can be docked at stations, or locked to bike racks with a built-in locking…"
May 9
Phillip Hutchinson replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"FWIW, if you are an annual member you get 45 minutes on a single ride, not 30. "
May 9
Argonne69 replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"One could always park it undocked, but then it wouldn't register as being returned. If someone walks away with the bike, you'd be on the hook for the replacement price.  The bikes in Vancouver have a cable attached to the bike to…"
May 8
Skip Montanaro 14.5mi replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"Interesting @Argonne69. Sort of a cross between docked and dockless bikes? (I presume you couldn't just park it unlocked.)"
May 8
Argonne69 replied to Brian S's discussion What's it called when the Divvy rack is full and you have to circle looking for a space?
"They should definitely leave a few spots open. What I'd like to see is some option for locking a bike at a full station. Maybe a "smart" bike lock that opens with the fob that would somehow register that the bike was left at the…"
May 8

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What I ride:
Road, Hybrid, Cruiser
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Around Town, Distance
What brings you to The Chainlink?
I bike a lot in chicago
About me:
I especially love old steel, and treasure my red Schwinn.
My other websites (twitter, facebook, pinterest, Google+, blogs, etc.):
http://www.planetshwoop.com/

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