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Remembering Indego Legend, Ella Best

Ella Best, a community champion and former Indego Ambassador recently passed away. A lifelong resident of South Philadelphia, Ella was a strong advocate for safety and health in her community. As president and founder of the nonprofit “Don’t Shoot… I Want A Future,” Ella worked to encourage youth to stay focus on positivity and growth… Read more »

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Powerful Women Shaping Philly’s Cycling Scene

March is Women’s History Month, which we celebrate by amplifying women’s voices to honor the past, inform the present, and inspire the future. Indego would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to four women who are doing amazing things for cycling in Philadelphia. From leading a national bike share partnership to creating a… Read more »

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African American Contributions to Cycling Still Felt Today

The month of February highlights achievements and contributions made by African Americans throughout history. A look back reveals that African Americans have played a significant role in the world of cycling. Their contributions helped shape the development of the bicycle and their riding skills set benchmarks for future cyclists.    

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Testimonials

“I started riding Indego when a dear friend of mine introduced me. I am glad she did because I am getting fit while cycling...I feel GREAT!!!”

Calvin L.

“I have a bike that I love, but for getting around town, the flexibility of being able to take an Indego and leave it there, is just a no-brainer.  On top of that, $17/mo is less expensive than having even a cheap bike stolen on average every 3 years, leaving aside maintenance costs.”

Nate P.

“A commute + exercise - parking struggles? Win! I've been happily Indegoing for over a year & I love it.”

Ronethea W.

“Indego is amazing, because it helps me live in alignment with my values, while making my wallet, my body, and the environment happy!”

Kristen S.