Bikes on IndyGo
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Bikes on IndyGo

The IndyGo System offers multimodal transportation across the Indianapolis metro region, including a means for riding to a bus stop by bicycle, hitching your bike to the bus, and then unhitching it to ride to your final destination. It’s easy to combine bussing and biking in Indianapolis.

It's simple to load/unload your bicycle:

Loading Your Bike:

  1. Tell the bus driver you're loading your bike. Load from the curbside only. Do not step beyond the driver's side of the bus into the traffic lane to load your bike.
  2. Pull down to release folded bike rack.
  3. Lift your bike onto the rack, fitting wheels into the slots. Each slot is labeled for front and rear wheels. Your bike must fit securely in the rack in order to be transported.
  4. Raise and release the support arm over the top of the front tire. Make sure the support arm is resting on the tire and not on the fender of the bike.

Unloading Your Bike:

  1. Tell the driver you need to unload your bike when you approach your stop.
  2. Raise the support arm off the tire. Move the support arm down, out of your way.
  3. Lift your bike out of the rack.
  4. Fold up the bike rack if there is no other bike in the rack.
  5. Return to the curb with your bike and wait for the bus to leave before entering traffic.


Check out the NEW Share the Road PSA! It details how buses and bikes interact on the road safely.