The Indego system features hundreds of bikes available 24/7, 365 days a year. Station locations were selected based on proximity to community resources, employment centers, bike infrastructure, and transit in consultation with partner agencies, institutions, community groups, and the public (learn more here). Each station has a touchscreen kiosk, a map of the service area and surrounding neighborhood, and a docking system that releases bikes when accessed using a credit card at the kiosk or with an Indego Key at a dock point. You must be 16 or older to ride Indego. Scroll down to learn more.
Buy a pass
Buy a Pass!
Indego30, Indego30 Cash, and IndegoFlex passes are available for purchase online – buy now at this very website! You can also buy a single trip at any station. Learn more about pass options on our pricing page.
Watch your mailbox
You will receive your Indego Key in the mail about a week after joining. Until then, you can start using your pass right at the kiosk, using your cell phone number or the credit you used to purchase the pass. Just follow the prompts on the kiosk screen.
Your Indego Key
Tap your Indego Key on the card reader to get a bike directly from any dock. Keep that key safe on your keychain – it’s your key to over 1000 bikes!
Get a bike
From any station
Use your Indego Key
Bought a pass? Tap your Indego Key on the card reader to get a bike directly from any dock. Keep that key safe on your keychain – it’s your key to over 1000 bikes!
Use your credit card at any station kiosk to buy a single trip. Choose your bike and complete your transaction using the kiosk touch-screen. Passholders who forget their key can still get a bike using the same credit card they used to purchase the pass or their phone number.
Indego seats are adjustable to fit a range of riders. Throw your stuff into the front or rear basket, and you’re ready to go! Front and rear lights shine automatically when you pedal to help you see and be seen. Don’t forget your helmet!
Go for a ride
Anywhere you want
Time is money
Walk-up trips cost $4 per half-hour. IndegoFlex passholders pay $4 per hour. Indego30 passholders get the first hour of any trip free. (Learn more about pricing.)
Rules are cool
Wear a helmet. Yield to pedestrians. Don’t ride on the sidewalk. Obey traffic signals. Never ride against traffic. Be smart, always follow the rules of the road. Learn more about safe riding on our riding tips page.
Where will you go?
Connect to SEPTA, ride to work, get some fresh air, explore Philly. Start at any station, finish at any station. It’s fun and easy. The best part: go whenever you want!
Give it back
At any station
Choose from over 100 stations
Use the station map or download the Indego app to see real time bike availability throughout the system.
Put the bike into the dock and wait to see a green light on the dock to confirm it’s been properly locked.
Touch the screen on the kiosk to get 15 minutes added to your time at no charge and to find a nearby station with available docks.
If you run into any problems during your trip, or to report maintenance issues, call 1-844-446-3346.