BikeFest 2014 – It’s a Wrap

at Smithfield & Oliver

City of Pittsburgh Policy Manager, Matt Barron speaks at the Future of Downtown Bike Infrastructure Ride

That’s All, Folks

The 10th Annual BikeFest is history. 17 days of events, parties, new friends and fun have come to an end. Thanks to all of the ride leaders, event participants, volunteers and supporters who made this year’s event amazing. Click through the event photo albums to relive the memories.

And remember: it’s never too early to start dreaming up BikeFest events for next year.

Not a member of BikePGH? Join today! We need you to add your voice! Bike Pittsburgh works to protect cyclist’s rights and promote the vision of making Pittsburgh a safer and more enjoyable place to live and to ride. For more info, check out:


  • […] The City of Pittsburgh has worked very diligently to roll out the new protected bike lanes ahead of the Pro Walk Pro Bike Pro Place Conference, which starts September 8th. The conference was “founded on the belief that greater access to walking and bicycling will create healthier individuals, cohesive neighborhoods, and vibrant communities.” We couldn’t agree more. Speaking of vibrant communities, Bike Pgh! just wrapped up with the vibrant community event that was BikeFest 2014. […]

  • […] planned and took part in 102 BikeFest events and more than 400 people attended the annual BikeFest Kickoff […]

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