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Find Bicycle Routes on Ride Spot

Bicycle Garage Indy has been gathering local ride info and creating local rides for our customers and the community at large to enjoy. We have 12 Ride Spot rides featured on our Ride Center and have even more on Ride Spot itself. Once you join Ride Spot (it’s easy and no-charge - just your name and email to sign up), you can find routes near you by entering your Zip code, and using the slider bars to choose ride distance and distance from your Zip code). While on Ride Spot, you can visit Bicycle Garage Indy’s affiliate page and you’ll see our curated routes.

Some routes in the Downtown Indianapolis area:

Indianapolis Cultural Trail and White River

Downtown Neighborhoods and Kennedy-King Park

Bates-Hendricks, Garfield Park and Pleasant Run Parkway

Bike Commuting Routes to Downtown Indy

Garfield Park / Fountain Square Bike Train

Freewheelin' Flyers Bike Train

Eastside (Irvington) Bike Train

Broad Ripple Bike Train

Fall Creek (NE) to Downtown Indy Bike Train

Northwest  Bike Train

Fall Creek Flyers Bike Train

Plainfield Bike Train

Indy Greenways

The Greenways Foundation is a statewide, charitable trust providing leadership and advocacy in the growth and use of Indiana greenways and trails.

Indy Greenways map links:

Central Canal Towpath

Eagle Creek Trail

Fall Creek Trail

Monon Trail

Pleasant Run Trail

Pennsy Trail

Pogue's Run Trail

White River Wapahani Trail

Indy Parks 2009 Trail User's Guide.

 

Indianapolis Cultural Trail

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick is a world-class urban bike and pedestrian path that connects neighborhoods, Cultural Districts and entertainment amenities, and serves as the downtown hub for the entire central Indiana greenway system.

Indianapolis Cultural Trail maps

Indianapolis Cultural Trail website

SustainIndy Bikeways and Bike Parking Maps

For the health of our citizens, to improve our environment and to save transportation costs, Indianapolis is encouraging more people to get out of their cars and start riding their bikes. To further that effort, Indianapolis continues to extend bike lanes and trails in more areas of the city each year.

The Indianapolis Bikeways plan will create more than 200 miles of bike lanes across the city over the next 12 years.

SustainIndy website

SustainIndy Bikeways page

Downtown Bike Parking Locations (Google Map)