Call us at (312) 866-9340 to reserve your scooter today anywhere in the Chicago land area. Still have some questions about what we do? Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about City Cycle:

How can renting a scooter help me pass the motorcycle test?

Our 170cc scooters are smaller and lighter than the typical motorcycle, which gives you an advantage when completing the required maneuvers. And you’ll still get your Class M license, which lets you ride any size motorcycle. We are not affiliated with the DMV, but we are able to deliver the scooters to you at the DMV for your test.

How does your service work?

We rent and deliver our 170cc buddy scooters to any DMV for you to use on your road test. We will meet you at the Driver Services location of your choice. Once you’re ready, you take the scooter and we will wait.

We also offer leisure scooter rentals. We deliver and pick up our 49cc buddy scooters.

So how much does this cost?

The fee for the DMV scooter delivery varies from $135 to $185. We also have hourly options. Prices are listed on our rates page, and we also offer special discounts.

How do I make an appointment?

If you’re renting a scooter to be delivered to the DMV or if you’re interested in any of our other rental options or services, please call us at (312) 866-9340 or send us a message

What do I need to bring?

Eye protection is required under the Illinois law. Glasses or sunglasses are sufficient. Helmet, gloves, long-sleeve shirt, and jeans are recommended, but not required. We can provide you eye protection and a helmet at no extra cost.

What is included in your services?

We’re a scooter rental company delivering scooters throughout the Chicago-land area.

Who owns City Cycle?

City Cycle was owned by Jesus A. De La O. In his honor his family will continue his scooter rental company.

City Cycle I Inc. President Jesus De La O

Jesus De La O, President


  • Born in Huitzuco Guerrero, Mexico, Jesus lived in Chicago and was pursuing a degree in psychiatric nursing. In his free time, he liked to run and spend time with his girlfriend and his dog Angel.
  • Jesus received his Class M license in 2010 and rode a black Suzuki GSX-R 600. Jesus was a motorcycle instructor at the Illinois State University Motorcycle Safety Program. Usually, he rode in the streets and highways of Chicago.
  • Sadly on August 10th 2017, Jessie was shot and killed due to a carjacking in Chicago, IL. Our family is still left without answers as to who was the culprit, but we will continue to search and would appreciate any help if anyone has information regarding to his murderer. Jessie will forever be loved and missed the world has truly lost a shining 🌟 R.I.P

Call us at (312) 866-9340 to request your reservation!