We’ve offered you tips for staying cool in the summer, places to ride to for a sweet treat, and even a guide to #MuralArtsMonth. We had a great summer riding through Philly, but nothing excites us more than our favorite season for biking, fall! Check out below– why Indego– is the way to go–for the best season of the year.
The temperature is perfect. We love fall, a lot. It’s the perfect time to bust out your favorite jacket and boots without having to bundle up too much. It’s also nice to have a break from sweating through…everything. That makes Fall the perfect time for biking! It’s chill enough that you can rock your jean jacket and bike in style, but warm enough that a ride won’t require gloves.
Save money for the holidays. Indego is such an affordable transportation option for residents of Philly, especially if you buy an Indego30 pass. Rarely does it take an hour to get from one end of the city to the other. That’s why an Indego30 pass that allows you to take unlimited one-hour trips is a good way to save some cash. Use that extra saving to get your loved ones something REALLY NICE.
There’s so much to see and do! Philadelphia in the fall is such a wonderful time. There’s some sort of festival or event every weekend. Museums are unveiling new exhibitions, fall race season is here, dollar strolls are happening and so much more. Check out Uwishunu and Phillyfunguide to make plans.
Get an outdoor workout in. You may have moved your workouts inside this summer because it was so hot. We get it, and honestly we did too. That means it’s time to take your workouts outdoors. Riding Indego is a great way to get your cardio on We suggest a long ride on the Schuylkill River Trail. Push yourself by using gear #3 when heading uphill.
Instagram game on 100. There is no other season that shines as bright on Instagram than the fall. And nothing gets your more likes and followers than fun fall photos. Show off your fall fashion, brag about your #fitnessfun on Indego, or just look effortlessly cool while snapping photos through the city.
Photo by @UrPhillyPal