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Not ready for the Dirty Dozen? Join the Spectator Ride!

Cheer on riders as they climb the world’s steepest street This Saturday, hundreds will gather to ride the Dirty Dozen,

Bike Lane Announcement at Friday’s Susan Hicks Memorial Event

In light of the anniversary of Susan Hicks death, we wanted to update you on her memorial event, as well as share some exciting developments.

Get a glimpse of 2017 at the Annual Members’ Meeting

Get up-to-date and socialize with BikePGH staff and members. Your presence at this meeting is highly valued, and we await your RSVP!

Fri. Oct 21: Remembering Susan Hicks: A one-year memorial event, ride, and fundraiser

Help remember Susan and raise funds for her Memorial Scholarship Fund

Join The Bike Room Bash With Green Building Alliance

Come celebrate GBA’s completed bike room & learn about how to build your own!

PARK(ing) Day 2016: Transforming Parking Spots into Public Spaces

This Friday, 9/16, metered parking spaces throughout the city will be transformed into temporary parks in celebration of PARK(ing) Day. This international event asks

Squirrel Hill handcyclist eyes world record for distance in a 24-hour period

“I happened to come across the world record for the longest 24-hour ride, which from what I could find was

Missed out on the #LunchLoop? Join us for August’s #LunchLoop – #BikeFest Edition!

Come and spend your lunch break biking through the city with us! Did you miss out on our other #LunchLoop

SLIDES: from June Business Network Meetup

Business Meetup on Transportation & Affordable Development examines intersections between causes We had an excellent turnout for our June Business Meetup

Summertime Bike Valet Locations

This summer you can expect free bike valet service Bike Pittsburgh’s valet service is best known at the Three Rivers

Spinnsters Happy Hour: June 29

Women & Biking Meetup Heads to Millvale Grist House Brewing Company will welcome BikePGH’s Spinnsters for our monthly meetup on Wednesday, June

Pittsburgh Falls Short in Smart City Challenge Bid (But Our Future is Still Bright)

As reported by Paul J. Gough at the Pittsburgh Business Times: Columbus, Ohio, will be awarded the $50 million Smart

Join us this Friday, June 17th, for our first #LunchLoop event!

Looking for something fun & active to do during your lunch break? If you’re tired of sitting at your desk

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