Classes, Rides, and Programming

As part of the Better Bike Share Partnership, Indego collaborates with the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia to provide safety classes, learning opportunities, and group rides for current and future Indego riders. We offer programming for all different levels of cyclists and you don't have to be a passholder to participate!

Get Reminders About Indego's 2023 Programming Season!

Our classes and rides are currently paused during the winter season. Check back next spring for new listings. If you would like to be notified once the season starts up again, please fill out your information below!

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Learn to Ride Classes

This FREE two-hour, hands-on course teaches (or re-teaches) adults the basics of how to ride a bike. Bicycle Coalition staff lead participants through pedaling, balancing, turning, and the general confidence needed to successfully ride. This class is open to anyone who has never ridden a bike or simply needs a refresher.

Registration is required and spaces are limited.

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Urban Riding Basics Classes

This is a  FREE  60-minute course covering how to use Indego and information about the benefits of biking as a part of the Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP).

This course will go over:

Rules of the road
Riding safely in traffic
Infrastructure
Planning your route, and more.

This class is relevant to bicyclists of all skill levels but is most important for beginners.

Classes are available upon request. Please allow up to 2 weeks for your request to be reviewed. 

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Other Educational Resources

Want more information about cycling laws, bike lanes, and safety? The City of Philadelphia and the Bicycle Coalition teamed up to bring you a comprehensive guide to biking in Philadelphia. Interested in finding out more about all the great work the Bicycle Coalition is doing in the community? Be sure to visit their website

For tips for riding your bicycle with kids, Safe Routes Philly is a program dedicated to educating pedestrians and younger riders on how to safely ride their bicycle around Philadelphia. This program is managed by our friends over at the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability (oTIS).

Check out our Community Programs & Services Guide to find out more about the different ways you and your community can collaborate with Indego!

If you're interested in partnering with Indego for an educational class or community group ride, please visit our  "Classes and rides form" located on the Contact page to submit a request.