Friday May 15th is National Bike to (and from) Work Day!

This Friday is National Bike to Work Day. But let’s face it, sometimes riding TO work isn’t nearly as much fun as riding FROM work. Regardless of which end of your commute you most look forward to, BikePGH has you covered. In the morning you have three Biker Breakfast Stations to choose  from where you can refuel for FREE. Then, at the end of your day, we invite you to take part in the 4th Annual East End Brewing Pedal Pale Ale Keg Ride, where we will ride to a mystery destination along with the first keg of Pedal Pale Ale and get to enjoy a beer FREE of charge. 

Free breakfast in the morning to energize you, and a free beer in the evening to relax you. Can’t get much better than that.

Biker Breakfast Stations:

  • 8am – 9:30am: Whole Foods in East Liberty
  • 8am – 9:30am: Carnegie Mellon University in Oakland – University Center facing tennis courts
  • 8am – 9:30am: Market Square (Downtown) – staffed by the City’s Bike/Ped Coordinator!

Special thanks to Whole Foods Market, CMU, Dunkin Donuts, and Brueggers!

After work ride:

  • 6pm-9pm: 4th Annual Pedal Pale Ale Keg Ride. Meet at East End Brewing (Dallas @ Susquehanna) to deliver this riding season’s first keg of Pedal Pale Ale.

For a great how-to guide for biking to work, please visit

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