Neighborhood Ride Guides
Philly’s flat terrain and gridded streets make it a great place to ride a bicycle! With so much to explore, you might have trouble deciding where to ride first or planning the best routes to get there. Indego’s here to help!
Our partners at the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP) developed several Neighborhood Ride Guides that provide information on suggested bike routes that are approachable to both new and seasoned riders. They also highlight a variety of overlooked and underutilized green spaces, resources, and hidden gems that those communities and the areas around them have to offer, based on input we received from numerous community stakeholders.
We hope you find them helpful and check back soon as we continue to add more guides in the coming months!
Additional Ride Resources
Ride Safety Tips
Classes, Rides & 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 facilitated conversations 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!
Community Wayfinding Signs
In an effort to engage community members, help create a sense of ownership over Indego stations in their neighborhoods, and make Indego easier and more welcoming to use, the City of Philadelphia, BCGP, and Indego worked in collaboration with community stakeholders to introduce new, location-specific signage to existing Indego stations. This signage celebrates the unique histories of those neighborhoods and provides helpful riding tips, including current distances to other parts of the city and suggested routes to get to them.
Made possible by our partners & riders like you!
These resources are brought to you by the Better Bike Share Partnership, which works to increase access to the health, financial, and mobility benefits of bike share. The Partnership includes the City of Philadelphia, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), PeopleForBikes, and the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia and is funded by the JPB Foundation.