Tag Archive: bike

Grab Your BikeFest 2015 Ts and Handprinted Posters While They’re Hot

 BikeFest T: $20 BikeFest Poster: $40 Commonwealth Press designed and printed these amazing Ts and posters featuring a reimagined Pittsburgh crest.

Women & Wine this Wednesday

Ladies take over the office for wine and Forum savings Come share a glass of wine with the ladies of Bike

National Bike to Work Day: Friday May 16th

Bike to Work on Friday, May 16th! Join a Bike Train meetup and stop by a Commuter Café Bike to Work

BikePGH Seeking a Communications Manager

Join our team! Communications is core to BikePGH’s mission and advocacy. We are looking for a highly motivated, talented individual

Antonio Brown Rides a Bike

Father. Wide Receiver. Rides a Bike. Pass With Care. Bike Pittsburgh launched a public awareness campaign over two months ago to

PedalPGH 2013 Time-lapse

Check out this lively time-lapse video that Michael Maraden made while riding the Highmark City Tour at this year’s PedalPGH.  On his

Introducing BikeFest’s First Limited Edition Poster

  FIRST EVER- limited edition BikeFest poster. We’re extremely excited to announce our first limited edition BikeFest poster for 2013. This

Northside Celebrates Car Free Fridays this Friday and Saturday!

Free Bike Tune Ups on Friday & Happy Hour on Saturday Friday June 21st, 4-7pm, stop by Allegheny Commons East

PG: Review Finds New Bike Safety Law Not Being Closely Enforced

A year later, Pittsburgh police are yet to issue first ticket By Jon Schmitz / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Police across Pennsylvania have been

PG: Bike Route Extension Proposal Unveiled in McKees Rocks Area

By Len Barcousky / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette What’s happening in Confluence and Meyersdale can be repeated in McKees Rocks and on Neville Island,

Halloween Costume Bike Ride and contest: Thurs. Oct 25

Click to enlarge Dress up for some biking fun and costume contest Members of the infamous Underwear Bike Ride are

PG: Bicyclists are the winners in this ‘race’

A video about bike parking corrals from Portland, which installed their first corral in 2004. Portland now has approximately 80

Post-Gazette: City releases stimulus package wish list – Bike/ped projects mentioned

The Department of Public Safety wants $40 million to renovate its facilities citywide. The Riverlife Task Force wants $18 million