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Pittsburgh City Paper puts bike safety into the spotlight

Summarizes the painful 2012 year for cycling in Pittsburgh The Pittsburgh City Paper published two articles about cycling safety in

CP: Dangerous Ride: Activists, city spring into action after recent spate of car-bike accidents

A bicycle has been Josh Gould’s main form of transportation for more than a year. But after getting hit by

City Paper’s top ideas to change Pittsburgh: Start a bike-share program

Bikes locked at a Nice Ride Minnesota station. Courtesy of Nice Ride Minnesota Is bike share in Pittsburgh’s Future? The

Car Free Fridays this Week in Carnegie!

Twenty minutes by bus from Downtown Here’s a little history about Carnegie . . . With its traditional Main Street

City Paper: A new book explores a 118-year-old bicycling mystery with its roots in Pittsburgh

Lenz, at left, stands next to Charles Petticord on the Smithfield Street Bridge in August 1891, as they depart for

City Paper on Pittsburgh’s Bike Polo: Hammer Time

John Altdorfer Hammer Time BY MELISSA MEINZER Lindsay Welsh, poised atop her mount, deftly reaches around her back and swings

Two BikePGH initiatives make the City Paper’s “Best of…” 2008

The Bike Map has turned eyes again, this time with the Pittsburgh City Paper, the local alternative weekly. Their staff