The Community Design Center of Pittsburgh’s 16th annual Pedal Pittsburgh Ride is this Sunday, May 17th. It is designed to highlight some of the defining architecture of the City. Ato this year, the ride will highlight the August Wilson Center. More than 2,000 riders are expected. The riders, who must share the road with cars for the duration of the ride, will be pleasantly surprised when they are greeted to new bike lanes on East Liberty Blvd, their debut appearance in Pedal Pittsburgh.
Be sure to check out this fun article from the Post-Gazette’s Brian O’Neill. As he checks out the route, he gets frequently sidetracked in Pittsburgh’s nooks and crannies. He really captures the fun and spontaneity of exploring Pittsburgh by bike.
All rides start and finish at the SouthSide Works. Registration opens at 6:30 a.m. Rides begin anywhere from 7 to 10:30 a.m., with the longest rides leaving first. The cost is $30 for individuals and $60 for families.
See www.pedalpittsburgh.org for more details.
Not a member of Bike Pittsburgh? Join today! We need you to add your voice! Bike Pittsburgh works to protect cyclist’s rights and promote the vision of making Pittsburgh a safer and more enjoyable place to live and to ride.For more info, check out: www.bike-pgh.org