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The Saxifrage School Recognizes Strong Ties Between Their Mission And Bicycle Advocacy

The first three BikePGH members to register for their upcoming web development course receive a deep discount on tuition  For

PGH v. CLE: Who will be the first city to hold the Rust Cup?

PGH has more points, but CLE has more miles. In April, the season started out with a challenge from none

September / October Bike Rides

Summer is winding down, but there are still of plenty of great bike rides going on in Pittsburgh. Don’t miss

BikeFest Party 2013 Animation and Photobooth

The Schmutz Company is back again at the 2013 BikeFest Party with their point of view stop motion animation. Party goers helped


Local Yogi Richard Gartner hosts his third yoga themed BikeFest ride “My BikeFest event ‘Cycling Through Samsara’ is a few

BikeFest 2013 Silent Auction Preview

The BikeFest Party is here, check our our sneak peek of the amazing silent auction items. On Friday, August 9th

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

Old Club; New Biking Event

2013 Teutonia Männerchor Radler Saturday August 17th, the 2013 Teutonia Radler is once again coming through Pittsburgh to take you

PedalPGH Pancake Breakfast

  Join BikePGH this Saturday at Whole Foods in East Liberty for pancakes and Pedal Pittsburgh. Whole Foods hosts their

For the Love of Bikes: Bike Entrepreneurs in Pittsburgh and Beyond

The following is an excerpt from an article that ran in Pop City Media: Project Aura: Bicycle Safety Lighting System

June 14, 7:00pm. An Evening with “Lost Cyclist” author David Herlihy

Don’t miss event this Friday, June 14 As part of Frank Lenz Day on Sat June 15th, BikePGH is excited

PedalPGH and BikeFest Registration is Open

Tickets for BikeFest and PedalPGH Now on Sale!   BikeFest Party – A Fundraiser for BikePGH Get yourself right into

June update on PGH’s performance in the National Bike Challenge

Pittsburgh reaches its goal of registering 1,250 riders, making us the largest city riding in the challenge! Pittsburgh, we’re off