After weeks of delays, Chicago's all-new bike share program, Divvy Bike, has finally launched.

On Friday, 700 bikes were installed at locations throughout the Windy City. The program works very much like NYC's Citi Bike, offering users a variety of membership options along with one-time rentals for $7 every 30 minutes.

As expected, first-time users were already taking to Twitter with comments about glitches in the system. One user lamented, "Made it to station at Illinois & McClurg. Lots of problems re-docking bike. Finally got it in 32 min after I started."

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[via Huffington Post]