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!
Our 2023 Classes and Rides season has concluded. Please sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know when the next season starts or you can also sign up for our waitlist below.
Learn-to-Ride Classes and Rides Waitlist
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 led 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.
Is the Learn-to-Ride class you want to attend full or just can't make it? Check out this virtual Learn-to-Ride class that you can follow at your convenience.
Registration is required and spaces are limited.
Partner Group Rides
Local organizations can request private group rides in partnership with the Bicycle Coalition and Indego by clicking the green button below. These partnered group rides allow your organization to safely explore different areas around Philadelphia on a guided ride. These 40 to 60-minute, easy-paced rides are geared toward helping beginner cyclists feel more comfortable riding in urban environments. Must be 14 years of age to ride an Indego bicycle and 16 years of age to ride an Indego Electric.
All group rides start at Indego stations & explore the surrounding area. Ride leaders will go at a leisurely pace, accommodating cyclists of all levels. Only registered participants can join the ride, click below to see available rides and register.
Rides are available upon request. Please allow up to 2 weeks to allow your request to be reviewed.
Other Educational Resources
Want more information about cycling laws, bike lanes, and safety? Here are some additional resources you can check out:
- Guide to biking in Philadelphia from the Bicycle Coalition of Philadelphia
- The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia website
- The Bike Nice Program from the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia
- Safe Routes Philly's tips for riding your bicycle with kids managed by the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure, and sustainability. (oTIS)
- Safe Routes Philly Quick Guide
- (oTIS) Website
- Community Programs & Services Guide
- Guía de Programas y Servicios Comunitarios
- 社区项目和 服务指南
- Hướng Dẫn về Chương Trình & Dịch Vụ Cộng Đồng