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Business Leaders Love the (Bike) Lanes

“This is not a fad that 20-somethings have discovered. The beards will go but not the bikes.” In the last

BikePGH staff will ride all 90 neighborhoods

On Pittsburgh’s Day of Giving, May 3rd, BikePGH staff will bike and walk through all 90 Pittsburgh neighborhoods It’s pretty obvious

“Bike Nights” Launched for Riverhounds’ 2016 Season

Soccer + Bikes. What’s not to love? The Riverhounds have caught the fever; the bike fever that is. They want

Tips for Biking Safely with Your Dog

How to bike with your four-legged friend By Adrienne Baldini, BikePGH volunteer Picture this: It’s a warm Saturday morning, the

Request a Workplace Urban Biking Lunch & Learn

The weather is fine! Get your employees excited with BikePGH’s Urban Biking Lunch and Learn. Loading…

Public Realm Action Forum + The Human Scale Screening w/Envision Downtown

BikePGH partners with Envision Downtown to co-present a screening of The Human Scale Thursday, March 10, 2016 6:15pm 8:15pm Harris

Ride to Romance

  Who needs cupid when you’ve got a bike? By Liz McLaughlin, BikePGH volunteer Valentine’s Day is right around the

Helping our Homeless Friends by Bike

We’re at it again! By Bridgette Wright, BikePGH Administrative Assistant & Public Allies Fellow I’m calling all cyclists to join

You’ll Flip Over this Member Discount

BikePGH Members Now Get $5 Off at the Wheel Mill The Wheel Mill is Pittsburgh’s indoor bike park. Ramps, foam

The 3rd Annual Frigid Bitch

Riders warming up and celebrating after the 1st Frigid Bitch in 2014 – Photo by Michael Orellano   “A ladies’-only

Ready. Set. Shovel! Become a Snow Angel

We met Ed as he was graciously clearing snow from all of the 4200 block of Main Street   More

A Drive to Help Carries “Care Packs by Bike” Program

Chance Encounter Inspires Program Benefiting Pittsburgh’s Homeless By Adrienne Baldini, BikePGH volunteer contributor Homelessness is an issue impacting many cities across

Introducing PGH Walks!

Group spotlights the issue of pedestrian safety By Phil Hnatkovich Pittsburgh is a city of walkers, and nearly every walker