The Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP) is an effort led by the City of Philadelphia that works to ensure that Indego bike share is accessible to all Philadelphians. The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is a non-profit advocacy and education organization working as part of the Better Bike Share Partnership to support bike share and biking education. The Better Bike Share Partnership is funded by the JPB Foundation.
With the arrival of summer, it’s the perfect time for people to familiarize themselves with the Better Bike Share Partnership’s programming and upcoming events. There are activities for everybody: from newcomers learning how to ride to savvy cyclists looking for a new experience. Here is a breakdown of upcoming classes and rides so that you can find the one that is perfect for you!
The Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP) is an effort led by the City of Philadelphia that works to ensure that Indego bike share is accessible to all Philadelphians. The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is a nonprofit advocacy and education organization working as part of the Better Bike Share Partnership to support bike share and biking education. The Better Bike Share Partnership is funded by the JPB Foundation.
The weather this season has been a bit unpredictable but that did stop our ambassadors from planning rides and making folks feel at home on an Indego bike. Indego is excited to give you an update on our ambassador team and what they’ve been up to. Here is a highlight on two rides with the Indgeo city ambassadors.
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To help kick off an exciting season of summer rides, the Better Bike Share Partnership team joined “Recovery In Motion: Pedaling Towards Wellness” on May 5th. (more…)
Indego is riding into the fourth season of its City Ambassador Program, and the ambassadors are preparing to take to the road!
Here is a quick breakdown of some of the awesome, life-changing organizations that the Indego City Ambassadors represent.
Adjustments include new discounted annual pass option, further savings for ACCESS passholders, new monthly pass price, and new minimum age requirement. (more…)
Photo via CBS Philly
System Update as of 11:00 AM: Due to service interruptions and temporary station changes, we suggest using stations away from the parade route to ensure you can receive and return your bike! We have ended support at the Indego Rodin station. Please use stations away from the parade route! Thanks!
We’re still gushing over that incredible Superbowl win! Especially the Philly Special. Here comes the fun part: the City of Philadelphia will come together this Thursday to celebrate. If you’re heading to the parade, here’s what you need to know if you want to use Indego!
- There will be Indego stations unavailable or tough for our teams to access
- There will be additional docking support at the Indego Rodin Museum station
- Indego Customer Service will be available to answer all questions and concerns between 7 AM – 10 PM
- A discount is available for new Indego users looking to get around the parade via bike
Keep reading to learn more!
Discount: Enjoy the parade in style with a 20% discount on the Indego ‘Visitor Pass’! Enter promo code: FlyEaglesFly at checkout.
*This deal is good through Friday (2/9) at noon.
Temporary Station Changes: Due to the large crowds expected, Indego riders are encouraged to use stations a few blocks outside of the parade & celebration route. Some stations along the parade route will be out of service. Riders will not be able to release or dock bikes at any of the following stations:
- Passyunk & Broad
- Broad & Federal
- Broad & Christian
- 15th & Market
- Municipal Services Building
- Philadelphia Museum of Art
As always, visit the Indego app or online station map for bike and dock availability!