As part of the Better Bike Share Partnership, Indego partners with the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia to provide safety classes and learning opportunities for current and future Indego riders. We offer classes for all different levels of cyclists. You do not have to be a passholder to participate!
Please check back to find new dates, times, and locations of upcoming classes. If you’re interested in having Indego at your event, please check out our Partner with Indego page.
Indego Street Skills Classes
2016 – 2017 WINTER CLASS DATES at the Free Library of Philadelphia’s main branch at 1901 Vine St
4th Thursday of the Month, 6pm–7:30pm (click the links to sign up).
Do you want to try Indego, but need to build a little more confidence in your city biking skills?
Are you interested in biking during the winter months, but can use some tips on doing so safely?
Indego Street Skills is a FREE 90 minute class that will give you the knowledge to bike safely and confidently in Philadelphia. We cover everything you need to know to have fun and be safe.
How to use Indego
Rules of the road
Riding in traffic safely
Making sure your helmet fits
Choosing a route
Tips for riding safety in the winter
No bike needed! At the end of the class, you will have a chance to test ride an Indego bike (helmet provided).
Sign up or drop in!
Adult Learn to Ride Classes
This FREE two hour class teaches adults and teenagers 16 and up how to ride an Indego bicycle. This class is perfect for those who haven’t ever ridden a bike, or haven’t ridden in a long time.
Staff and volunteers will teach participants balance, pedaling, starting, stopping, steering, and shifting gears.
This class will use Indego bikes, and participants will receive helmets.
Sign-up is required and spaces are limited.
Stay tuned for new class dates in the Spring!
Other Educational Resources
Indego is teaming up with the Mayor’s Commission in Literacy and the KEYSPOTS network to offer Digital Skills and Bicycle Thrills, an introduction to using Indego as an entry point into technology use. For more details, check out our blog post about the classes.
Want more information about bicycling laws, bike lanes, or safety? Be sure to check out the Bicycle Coalition’s website.