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Pacers Bikeshare Celebrates 4 Years

Pacers Bikeshare program and the ridership milestones for year four including over 113,000 bike share trips, over 9 millions calories burned and almost 250,000 miles traveled on the 250 gold Pacers Bikeshare bikes in downtown Indianapolis. Pacers Bikeshare is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Annual and monthly passes are available online […]

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Announcing: Food Tours

It’s official, we’re offering Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours as a way highlight the culinary culture that has grown in Indianapolis and along the Cultural Trail specifically. Indy Cultural Trail Food Tour options include bicycle and walking tours of different lengths and include food and behind the scenes experiences at many of the restaurants on […]

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A Closer Look At Talking Wall

In honor of Black History Month, the entire month of February, we’re going to be highlighting Talking Wall by Bernard Williams which is a giant sculpture install on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick near IUPUI campus. What most people don’t realize about the placement of this art piece is […]

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$5 Day Pass – Winter Pricing for Pacers Bikeshare

Pacers Bikeshare will be $5.00 from December 1 through February 28, 2018.  A day pass provides access to all 250 bikes in the system allowing pass holders to take an unlimited number of thirty minute bike share trips in a 24 hour period. “The Pacers Bikeshare system is available 365 days a year,” said Executive Director, Kären […]

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#OptOutside with Free Pacers Bikeshare

Pacers Bikeshare and the Indianapolis Cultural Trail encourages everyone who will be downtown to #OptOutside and take advantage of a free, healthy activity and explore the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick on Friday, November 24. “Pacers Bikehare is a fantastic way to get exercise and explore our city on a […]

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Tales from the Trail: Ken & Roberta Avidor

  How does the Indy Cultural Trail connect you to the city? Ken and I are car-free by choice. The Cultural Trail connects us to almost everything we need. We walk or bike to get our groceries, go to the hardware store, museums, coffee shops, brewpubs and all the other places we want to go. […]

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Cultural Trail Connections

We’re hosting Cultural Trail Connections, a gallery show in conjunction with First Friday’s on Friday, October 6, from 7:00pm-10:00pm! Cultural Trail Connections will highlight 10 local artists who have designed new, creative interpretations of the Cultural Trail’s illustrated map, originally created more than 10 years ago.   The gallery show, which is free and open to the public, is an […]

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