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Bike to Work Day - May 21, 2010

Celebrate Indianapolis' Bike to Work Day every May, presented by Bicycle Indiana and IndyGo, and promote cleaner air, less congestion and a healthy lifestyle. Organized commuter rides with experienced Indianapolis cyclists will depart from different locations around the Indianapolis metropolitan area. If you prefer to ride solo, there are plenty of bike paths and lanes for added safety and ease.

Mayor's Bike Ride - June 5, 2010

On June 5, 2010, Mayor Greg Ballard again led the 2nd Annual Mayor's Bike Ride with other Indianapolis cyclists. This was a free, public event created to help citizens get acquainted with the city's on-street bike lanes connecting downtown to the Eastside, the Westside, Greenways and the Cultural Trail.

Look for information about the 2011 Mayor’s Bike Ride and plan to come out and join the fun!

Mayor's Bike Ride - May 16, 2009

Mayor Greg Ballard celebrated the completion of our first continuous on-street bike lanes in Indianapolis, and offered citizens a chance to get acquainted with these new bike lanes. More than 700 people registered for this event. A 10.5 mile loop incorporated the bike lanes and the use of the Pleasant Run Greenway Trail, and a 3 mile loop incorporated the bike lanes and downtown's Cultural Trail.


Bike to Work Day - May 15, 2009

Mayor Greg Ballard was joined today by Mike Terry, President and CEO of IndyGo, Nancy Tibbett, Executive Director of Bicycle Indiana, and Joshua Gonzales, with INShape Indiana, to welcome the hundreds of cyclists who participated in the Sixth Annual Bike to Work Day in Indianapolis.

"There is no question that more bicycle traffic on Indy streets means healthier people, cleaner air and less congestion," said Mayor Ballard. "It is a great opportunity to showcase the steps the City has taken to make Indianapolis a more bicycle-friendly, pedestrian-friendly and a more sustainable city overall. We are committed to continuing these improvements throughout Indianapolis"