Indy Parks hosts bike ride to hear what should happen at Riverside Park

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — People came together Saturday to discuss what they feel should happen to Riverside Park.

Participants could ride their own bike or rent one from the Pacers Bikeshare program.

Organizers said it was a good opportunity to discuss the future of the park while also safely spending time with others.

“We have been isolated and on lockdown basically inside our own little prison cells for five or six months,” said Ronald Rice, a community builder for near-northwest side. “This is a great opportunity to get out here, talk, connect. I wanted to hug everybody, but I can’t. Everybody could feel that love.”

Indy Parks said they want to hear from you on what should be done to get more people to come to Riverside Park.