Through advocacy and education, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is leading the movement to make bicycling a safe and fun way to get around for all Philadelphians. Using Indego bicycles, the Bicycle Coalition hosts educational programs, connecting communities to a convenient, healthy, and affordable transportation option. As this season kicks off, here is a break down of each type of ride and class that is offered, including Indego’s new Champions Program.(more…)
Learn more about electric bikes,
new stations, and pricing updates
Last season, Indego introduced ten pedal-assist electric bikes, called Indego Electric, to the fleet as part of an electric bike pilot. The 10-bike pilot was wildly successful and we have been busy planning for an expansion of Indego Electric.(more…)
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 through education and physical activity as a way to avoid crime and violence.(more…)
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.
We had the opportunity to sit down with them to discuss their work!
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.
In November 2018, Indego steered into the unknown with the launch of an Electric Bike Pilot Program. Ten pedal-assist electric bikes were added to Indego’s existing fleet of 1,500 bikes and, with the press of a button, riders suddenly had the option to give their ride a boost!