Carmel is a great place to don your helmet, jump on your bicycle and get out and ride, no matter your age or ability.
This year, the League of American Bicyclists improved Carmel’s Bike Friendly status to a silver level. With more than 210 miles of paths and trails throughout the city, there is plenty to see, from the paved trails in the Arts District to the wooded trails along the White River.
The popular Monon Greenway, which sees around 300,000 users annually, connects Carmel to Indianapolis to the south and Sheridan to the north and runs 27 miles from end to end. If your bike needs air or a simple repair, you will be happy to know they have five bicycle repair stations located along the Monon Greenway. Don’t have a bike? No worries … the Carmel Bike Share program has you covered with 11 stations and 100 easy-to-rent bicycles located around the City’s entertainment districts.
For more information go to www.carmel.in.gov