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Join BikePGH this summer for #LunchLoop

Join BikePGH on a #LunchLoop for a fun, 30-minute bike ride on your lunch break.

5 Reasons Why You Should Train to be an LCI

League Cycling Instructors (LCIs) are certified to teach the League of American Bicyclist’s Smart Cycling curriculum to help people feel more secure riding a bike, to create a mindset that bikes should be treated as a vehicle, and to ensure bicyclists know how to ride safely and legally.

Ride Car-free in Washington DC

Join our friends, DC Bike Ride (DCBR) on Sunday, May 14, for Washington DC’s only 20-mile closed-road scenic bike ride!

Celebrate Pi Day with BikePGH! Operation Illumination Bike Light Giveaway

Team Illumination will be installing front and rear bike lights for anyone who bikes by our pop-up location.

Call for Youth to Participate in #PGHYouthVision Survey

  We invite you to participate in #PGHYOUTHVISION  #PGHYouthVision is a citywide media campaign to amplify youth voices to community

Black Girls Do Bike First “Shero” to be Keynote at Women & Biking Forum

An inspiration to women and children, Victoria Robinson shows us how you, too, can be a hero.

2017 Workshops Announced! | Pittsburgh Women & Biking Forum

According to the League of American Bicyclists, "In 2009, women accounted for just 24 percent of bicycle trips in the U.S." We want to change that.

Student Volunteer Collective Funded $10,000 to open “Pitt Bike Cave” Co-Op Space

Pitt Bicycle Collective won the 2017 Sustainable Solutions Competition, organized by PittServes that will go towards starting a bike co-op.

Video: Personal Safety & Identity in the Public Realm

During this session we discussed how traffic can be a way to put people in the way of violence. We posed the question, How has your personal safety been threatened while moving through public spaces, because of your identity?

Spinnsters: Announcing This Year’s Women & Biking Events

You can look forward to several women & biking workshops, a forum, and many meetups this year hosted by the Spinnsters.

Support #PGHYouthVision as part of the Sprout Fund’s 100 Days of US

Assemble, Bike Pittsburgh, and other Pittsburgh-area youth organizations are beginning the #PghYouthVision creative media campaign to share youth perspectives about the future of our region with policymakers and grassroots organizers.


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Pittsburgh Art in Public Places: Downtown – Scavenger Hunt

This walking tour guide leads participants to various parts of Downtown, the North Shore, and the Northside to see remarkable works of public art.