Blackhawks are taking over Chicago's bike share program

Monday September 22nd, 2014

The Chicago Blackhawks will be back on the ice in Chicago soon, and they will be hitting the pavement as well, thanks to the city's bike share program Divvy.

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A select few of the rental bikes have been repainted in the team's black and red colors with the numbers of Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, Duncan Keith, and Marian Hossa on the front of the bikes, according to FOX32 Chicago.

Fans are encouraged to tweet out photos if they find one of the bikes at one of the city's Divvy stations, and are discouraged from crashing the bikes into other riders to be more like the Blackhawks.

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