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Marty Brown: What the Cultural Trail Means to Me

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail is coming home (again). I grew up in Broad Ripple, moved away after college, and lived all over (Cincinnati, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco) for almost ten years. Then in September 2013 my wife (who is also from Indy) and I had our wedding in downtown Indianapolis, while we were […]

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Top 5 Fall and Winter Chores on the Trail

Most individuals are wrapping things up in their own yards to close the books on the 2020 gardening season. However, The Trail’s gardens are not done yet. We have a slowdown for outdoor work from January to mid-February but even then if the weather is nice we try to work ahead. Here are 5 Horticulture […]

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Nick Musselwhite: What the Cultural Trail Means to Me

My journey along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail started by getting in steps any way I would and I needed to get out of my neighborhood and see and experience something that would hold my attention. I chose the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. What I liked best about the Indianapolis Cultural Trail is that I feel really […]

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Fall Color: Some Basics

  Do you ever look up and wonder, why does that tree still have green leaves when that tree is turning yellow or that tree over there has already lost all of it’s leaves? Some say it’s about the heat. Some say it’s the amount of water, I say…it’s a mixture of it all. Let’s […]

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Announcing: Live at Lugar

We’re hosting free music performances at Lugar Plaza during early voting. Lugar Plaza, located on the Southside of the City-County Building and bordered by the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick is where citizens are waiting in line for early voting.  A wide variety of local, professional musicians are scheduled to […]

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Meet the Team: Josh Lowery, Pacers Bikeshare Operations Technician

  Meet Josh, an Operations Technician for Pacers Bikeshare! He is responsible for customer service, repairing bikes, and balancing the number of bikes at stations.   Favorite Food: Pizza   Favorite Hobby: Cycling   Favorite TV Show: The Last Kingdom   Fun Fact: I broke both of my legs in the 6th grade and was […]

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Pacers Bikeshare Kicks Off Free Community Bike Rides Tomorrow

Pacers Bikeshare Kicks Off Free Community Bike Rides Tomorrow “Let’s Go for a Bike Ride” series powered by Knozone   INDIANAPOLIS- All are invited to join Pacers Bikeshare for a series of group rides powered by Knozone starting this Thursday evening, August 27. The free group bike ride will begin at the Circle City Industrial Complex […]

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Meet the Team: Ian Duvall, Pacers Bikeshare Operations Technician

  Learn more about one of our Operations Technicians, Ian Duvall! He is responsible for bike share customer service, balancing the number of bikes at stations, and maintaining the bikes.   Favorite Food: The Sheltonator from Three Carrots Fountain Square   Favorite Hobby: Most things music creation, collection, and appreciation.   Favorite Movie: V for […]

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Pacers Bikeshare Continues to Provide Transportation and Recreation Opportunities

  Pacers Bikeshare Continues to Provide Transportation and Recreation Opportunities New stations added last year are some of most popular   Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc, the non-profit organization that operates Pacers Bikeshare, the City of Indianapolis’ bike share program, announces the new stations added in 2019 are some of the busiest stations in the system […]

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