Request for Bicycle Education Classes and Group Rides.
Please review and complete the form below and a staff member from the Bicycle Coalition will review it and respond with follow up questions or next steps.
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Due to high demand, rides or classes should be requested at least 3-4 weeks in advance
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia Mission:
For the past forty-eight years, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia has advocated for better bicycling infrastructure, access, and opportunity – promoting safety and community health through our classes, rides, and events.

Better Bike Share Partnership Values:
As part of the Better Bike Share Partnership, the Bicycle Coalition provides education and outreach services to support community-focused rides, classes, and events by using Indego Bike Share as a primary tool. This programming focuses on serving low-income residents and BIPOC communities, by helping connect them to opportunities and resources for jobs, education, green spaces, food, and mental/physical health services. While improving bicycling for all without losing sight of the fact that bicycling is fun.

BBSP Classes & Rides Overview:
The Bicycle Coalition offers a variety of activities such as Urban Riding Basics, Learn to Ride Classes, Skill Building Courses, and Community Group Rides.

Request Considerations:

-Group Rides: must start and end at an Indego station. Ideal turnout ranges from 5-10 people. Rides are led at a leisurely pace and while we block off two hours for the event, the ride itself is approximately 40-60 minutes.

-Urban Riding Basics Classes: can be held in any indoor setting with enough seats for participants. Having a projector on-site is a plus but not required.

-Learn to Ride Classes: must be located within walking distance of an Indego station. These classes require an open space at least the size of a basketball court.

-Partnership Requirements: If you don't meet any of the criteria listed below, please email for instructions on how to submit non-BBSP related requests.

Location: Organizations requesting a ride or class must meet or hold the event within the Indego service area - View the Indego station map here -

Defined Audience:

- The request should serve an audience within low-income communities and/or communities of color in Philadelphia.

Additional audiences eligible for BBSP programming consideration include:
- Immigrants or Undocumented Individuals
- Individuals for whom English is a second language
- Individuals within the LGBTQIA+ community
- Organizations focusing on female empowerment and leadership development
- Community Youth (14 years and older}
Name *
Phone Number *
Name of Organization, Company, or Institution *
Brief Description of Organization *
Please select the intended audience for your event *
What type of event are you hoping to schedule? *
Proposed Event Location (Please Include a Zipcode)
Desired Date *
Note: Due to high demand, rides and classes on the desired date may or may not be available for BBSP to collaborate and assist.
Desired Day of the Week *
Event Time *
Are you holding this event for fundraising purposes? *
Does your event require Spanish interpretation? *
Is there any additional information you would like to share?
Thank you for your time! Someone from the team will be in touch soon.
The Better Bike Share Partnership is a collaboration funded by The JPB Foundation to build equitable and replicable bike share systems. The partners include The City of Philadelphia, Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and the PeopleForBikes Foundation.
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