NEW 10K Bike Ride: Ride to Support Homewood Children’s Village

Homewood Health Matters 2015

Homewood Health Matters 5K adds a Biking Event

The Homewood Health Matters Event is back for a third year with a shiny new set of wheels!

In addition to the annual 5K run-walk, and health expo on Stargell Field, this year’s event will also feature a 10K bicycling loop. The event will take place on Saturday, June 25th. All proceeds from registration will benefit Homewood Children’s Village and their programming.

Monte Williams of Homewood Children’s Village described three reasons behind the event: to encourage the Homewood community to get out and enjoy a healthy lifestyle, to provide community with a positive event, and to invite new people folks to get a chance to see Homewood and see the neighborhood.

Registration is just $10 for the run/walk, $5 for the bike ride, and $15 to participate in both events. Register today.

Homewood Health Matters

More on the 10K Bike Ride

Participants will start and finish on Hamilton Avenue near Stargell Field. The 10K bike ride will start at 9 AM where bikers of all abilities will take two loops through Homewood. Participants without a bike can can rent a bike for free on race day compliments of Healthy Ride Pittsburgh (If renting, participants need to be at least 16 years of age on race day).

Event details and schedule
8:00 am – Race Day Registration Opens, Sign in for Bikers Opens

9:00 am – 10K Bike Ride, Sign-in for runners/walkers opens

10:00 am – 5K Run-Walk

11:00 am – Free Health Expo on Stargell Field

11:30 am – Free Kids Ribbon Race

*Bikers and walkers/runners will need to arrive an hour before their event to sign-in.

For more details about the running and walking event and the Health Expo, visit the registration page.


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