Pop City: Revamped PedalPGH around the corner, to include car-free routes

Pop City covers our Pedal Pittsburgh ride

A revamped Pedal Pittsburgh is just around the corner, and will include several twists to this annual bicycle event, the largest in Pennsylvania.

For the first time, Pedal Pittsburgh will include a car-free section, with roads closed to traffic from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The goal is to allow riders of all ages and skill levels to enjoy the streets in comfort and safety.

“Taking away that barrier of car traffic is really nice for folks because they want to be able to ride, they just don’t necessarily want to do it in the middle of a bunch of cars,” says Seth Gernot, of Bike Pittsburgh.

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