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Creating a more bicycle-friendly Indiana.

To ring or not to ring…

Bicycle Indiana recently learned that tucked away on page 269, of an omnibus bill from the 2016 session, was the deletion of the legal requirement for a bell on a bicycle. The Indiana Code that required this is 9-21-11-8. All … Continue reading

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2016 Bike Month Roundup!

Bike Month is here! Can you believe it? Hooray for the BEST month of the year! With so many great events scheduled around our state, we wanted to compile them for you here. Have one in your community? Send us … Continue reading

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Around the state: ISDH calls for 2016 bike/ped master plan applications

The Indiana State Department of Health is providing funding for Indiana communities to prepare a community-wide bicycle and pedestrian master plan. Applications for the funding are due by 4:00 p.m. on January 29, 2016. A minimum of two plans will … Continue reading

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Three new U.S. Bicycle Routes to cross Indiana, promoting tourism and healthy transportation

Editor’s note: This text is from the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT)’s recent news release. Bicycle Indiana was thrilled to be part of this project, and excited to see this routes completed! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Nov. 4, 2015 Three U.S. … Continue reading

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Anderson’s first bike lane has arrived!

The City of Anderson opened its first bike lane along Columbus Avenue during a road diet and re-paving project in mid-October. The bicycle lanes, which extend from 32nd to 53rd Street, are the first step in a larger plan put … Continue reading

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Meet our people: board member Karen Bohn

Karen Bohn is a board member of Bicycle Indiana and a recreational cyclist. She is a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, retired, volunteers at Trinity Free Clinic in Carmel. Karen also is on the board of the Greenways Foundation of Indiana. … Continue reading

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Be a ROLL model: Be predictable. What’s your next move?

Be predictable in your riding! This rider is giving a hand signal indicating a right hand turn into the right turn lane and then to turn right at the next corner. He is using one of two proper signals for a … Continue reading

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