Tag Archive: pittsburgh

The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Non-Violent Protest and Transportation

Transportation has the ability to bring large groups of people together to commute and to protest. It is no wonder that utilizing these platforms has been essential in influencing business and affecting policy to promote equitable changes.

2016 Best of the Message Board

Here are the most popular threads from 2016, just in case you missed them!

Traffic Alert for OpenStreetsPGH this Sunday, July 31

An estimated 20,000 bicyclists, pedestrians, rollerbladers, and skateboarders  will take to Pittsburgh’s streets this Sunday, July 31th for OpenStreetsPGH. Participants will enjoy the

Ready. Set. Shovel! Become a Snow Angel

We met Ed as he was graciously clearing snow from all of the 4200 block of Main Street   More

A Drive to Help Carries “Care Packs by Bike” Program

Chance Encounter Inspires Program Benefiting Pittsburgh’s Homeless By Adrienne Baldini, BikePGH volunteer contributor Homelessness is an issue impacting many cities across

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.

Join a Bike Train on Bike to Work Day 5.15.15

Join a Bike to Work Day Group Ride to Meet Commuters in Your Neighborhood! Bike to Work Day Bike Trains

Spring Tuning: How to Show Your Bike Some Love

It’s Tune Up Time! By Mike Carroll Spring is in the air. The snow has melted and the pot holes

Introducing the New Monthly Membership

Support BikePGH year-round and get great new perks! For years our members have been asking for an easy way to

Walk this way: 6 Fall Walks You Should Definitely Try

BikePGH staff share their favorite fall walks Fall foliage and nice, cool weather are just two of many reasons to

Tour de Cure – May 18th Volunteers Needed

2014 Tour de Cure May 18th kicks off the annual Pittsburgh Tour de Cure ride. Like most charity rides the

Boyce Park – Mtn Bike Kick-Off

Kick-off the off road season with Allegheny County Parks. This Sunday from 1pm – 3pm Allegheny County Park will celebrate the start

It’s Official: Protected Bike Lanes Are Coming to Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is 1 of 6 cities selected for national Green Lanes Project 2.0 by PeopleForBikes PeopleForBikes has selected Pittsburgh to be