Ride, dine, shop and save! Hamilton County Tourism’s popular Pedal Perks program is back with a brand-new digital passport.

Monon Trail

Ride your bike to a participating business, check in and earn special deals and discounts. The program launches May 1 to celebrate National Bike Month and runs through Oct. 31.

The Pedal Perks Pass, a mobile-exclusive passport program. You must have a smartphone in order to redeem the offers at participating businesses. First, go to PedalPerks.org and enter your name and email address. Then, a link to the mobile passport will be texted to you. Save the passport to your smartphone home screen or bookmark the link for easy access. Visit a participating business and present your phone to a staff member to redeem the available discount.

Check in to three participating locations and you're automatically eligible to win a branded bike bell, while supplies last! Download your passport at PedalPerks.org.

Did you know there are more than 600 miles of trails throughout Hamilton County? It’s true! Here are a few to check out while you’re doing Pedal Perks.

The Monon Trail is perfect for biking, walking and running. At the far north end, the Monon runs through Sheridan and south through Westfield and Carmel before it connects to Indianapolis. Hop off the trail to visit local businesses in the Arts & Design District, Midtown Plaza and City Center.

Monon Trail

The White River Greenway Trail is adjacent to the White River in Noblesville. The trail connects to Potter’s Bridge Park and Forest Park and ends at the Historic Noblesville Square, with plenty of shops, boutiques and businesses to check out.

Go to VisitHamiltonCounty.com for more information on parks, trails and outdoor recreation in Hamilton County, including biking maps. Tag us in your adventures using #VisitHC and #PedalPerks.