Indego Invites Select Passholders to Pilot New Indego365 Plus Pass

Beginning Tuesday, December 5th, Indego will conduct a 12-month closed pilot of a new premium annual pass: Indego365 Plus (or Indego365 Plus Access for those with a PA ACCESS card). Indego365 Plus is a premium pass that includes two 30-minute rides on Indego electric bikes per day, in addition to unlimited 60-minute classic bike rides. Indego is conducting this pilot in response to Passholder and community partner feedback. We remain committed to ensuring that Indego’s pass options address Philadelphia’s various transportation needs, budgets, and barriers and are hopeful that the Indego365 Plus pass does just this.


Apply for the Winter 2024 Better Bike Share Partnership Mini-Grant!

Indego Bike Share and the Better Bike Share Partnership are once again awarding a limited number of mini-grants to support community-based nonprofit organizations this winter, from December 2023 through February 2024. Eligible organizations can request up to $1,000 in funding for this grant cycle. Keep reading to learn more and apply!


Following Up With Our Spring/Summer 2023 BBSP Mini-Grant Recipients

This season, the Better Bike Share Partnership and Indego with the City of Philadelphia provided six organizations with mini-grants of $1,000 to support their general operations and promote Indego bike share as a community resource. This year, our partner organizations were based in different parts of Indego’s service area and worked with people of all ages by providing free resources, hosting educational group rides, and more. Keep reading to learn more about these organizations and how they utilized the BBSP grant funding.


Top Five Philly Landmarks to Visit on a Bike

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Philly is known as the birthplace of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, blending four centuries of history and architecture, beautiful neighborhoods, and vibrant culture.

Cycling in Philadelphia is a great way to explore the city’s scenic trails and parks, while also serving as an environmentally-friendly way to go from one neighborhood to another. All that thanks to an ever-increasing number of protected bike lanes and social cycling events, such as the Philly Bike Ride, which closes 20 miles of streets for a memorable people-powered group ride.

So grab your Indego bike and let’s get exploring!