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Bike Party, Indy

Bike Party, Indy
Bike Party Indy is an informal collective of individuals who meet once a month, starting off at the City Market downtown. From there, they ride in the evening, usually as a group. If someone gets left behind, they stop. The group practices safe cycling techniques, and is relaxed and welcoming to anyone who wants to join. Last Friday, I attended my first ever bike party, which happened to be their 2nd anniversary meeting. It won’t be my last: I loved the sense of camaraderie with this group. This wasn’t a race, but a leisurely ride. We explored a relatively large area from Windsor Park to...
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Indianapolis is Losing its Bicycling Mojo-Guest Post by Austin Gibble

Indianapolis is Losing its Bicycling Mojo-Guest Post by Austin Gibble
Austin Gibble is a frequent commenter and Urban Indy fan, and has been gracious enough to share this blog post with us: Indianapolis is Losing Its Bicycling Mojo The United States Census Bureau released 2016 Journey to Work data this past week, and it does not paint a pretty picture for bicycling in Indianapolis. In fact, many cities that are notoriously bike-friendly, lost some riders. This includes Portland, OR and Minneapolis, MN. However, this isn’t necessarily true across the board. The average change for bike commuting throughout the United States is a decline of 0.4%, likely attributed to low...
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