Boost Your Ride
Add some kick to your commute with Indego Electric! Our pedal-assist, electric bikes can make navigating hills easier, distances feel shorter, and turn headwinds into tailwinds. With our commitment to continuing to expand our electric fleet, there’s no better time to discover the ease of riding with Indego Electric!
Electric pedal-assist motor. Indego electric bikes are powered by a pedal-assist motor that makes your movement count for more, allowing you to easily reach speeds up to 17 mph with an electric boost! They’re perfect for climbing hills, easily keeping up with the flow of traffic, and covering more ground in less time!
One-push power button. Indego Electric is simple to use; just push the power button on the display located on the handlebars! Once on, you don’t need to do anything other than pedal to engage the motor. For your safety, make sure the bike is at a standstill before powering it on.
Phone holder. Indego electric bikes come equipped with a phone mount to keep your cell secure while you ride. This allows you to easily follow directions or monitor your ride time. Always remember to keep your eyes on the road and not on your phone!
Pay for Only What You Use
Per-minute pricing offers you greater flexibility! Upgrade your ride to Indego Electric for just an additional 15¢ per minute.
Indego ACCESS passholders are charged only 5¢ per minute for upgrading to an Indego electric bike.
Just like with classic Indego bikes, you’ll want to follow the rules of the road.
How to Find Indego Electric Bikes
Download the Indego Mobile App or check the online station map and look for the green lightning bolt symbols. Tap any of the marked stations to see exactly how many Indego electric bikes are there. At the station, Indego electric bikes can be distinguished from their classic counterparts by their white frames.
How to Check Out Indego Electric Bikes
Once you sign up for a pass, you can use mobile unlock, your key fob, or phone number look-up to check out an Indego electric bike the same way you would check out any other Indego bike.
Download the Indego App
The best way to use Indego is to download the Indego app! Use the app to find the closest Indego stations, find an Indego electric bike, and see dock and bike availability in real-time!
Got Questions? We've Got Answers!
How is an Indego electric bike different from a classic Indego bike?
How do I find and check out an Indego electric bike?
You can locate Indego stations that have electric bikes by checking the station map on the Indego website or in the Indego app. Stations that have Indego electric bikes docked at them will show a green lightning bolt symbol above the station icon.
You can use your Indego key fob, phone number look-up, or credit card look-up to check out an Indego electric bike, the same way you check out any other Indego bike.
How fast does the Indego electric bike go?
Indego electric bikes provide pedal assistance up to speeds of 17 miles per hour. The motor in the electric bike only provides assistance when you pedal.
How long does the battery last?
The battery life of an electric bike depends on many factors including terrain, riding style, temperature, the weight of the rider, and any cargo being transported. On average, ￼a full charge will allow Indego electric bikes to travel about 30 miles before they need to be recharged.
Does the bike still work if the battery dies?
If the battery on an electric bike dies, the motor will stop providing pedal assistance. The lights on the bike will still function and you will still be able to shift gears, dock, undock, brake, and pedal like normal. The motor does not add any noticeable drag when turned off.
What do I do if an Indego electric bike runs out of battery while I’m riding?
Indego electric bikes show you on their display how much total battery life remains. Be sure to check the battery life before checking out an Indego electric bike. A bike that shows two or more bars of battery on the display is good to ride. If the bike runs out of battery, you can either finish your ride or dock the bike at the closest station and undock another bike.
How old do I have to be to ride an Indego electric bike?
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation requires a minimum age of 16 to operate an electric-assist bicycle. Therefore, riders must be at least 16 years old to check out an Indego electric bike. Minors need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian at least 18 years old during the ride.
On what part of the street should I ride an Indego electric bike?
Just like other bicycles, you are permitted but not required to ride in designated bike lanes.
How much does the Indego electric bike weigh?
Indego electric bikes weigh about 50 pounds, which is only 3 pounds heavier than our classic Indego bikes.
How much does it cost to use an Indego electric bike?
There is an additional fee of 15¢ per minute for upgrading your ride to Indego Electric. The per minute fee will support operational costs associated with maintaining a fleet of electric bikes. Indego ACCESS passholders are charged 5¢ per minute for upgrading to an Indego electric bike, continuing the City’s commitment to affordability and equity. Fees charged for riding an Indego electric bike are billed as usage fees.