Women & Biking: Pittsburgh Business Owners Who Love Bikes

Support these women-owned Pittsburgh businesses

In the lead-up to our Women’s History Month culminating event, the annual Women & Biking Forum presented by Dollar Bank, we are featuring blogs on women who love biking. This first blog post features Pittsburgh women who ride and/or support biking through their business. From providing excellent bike parking or bike pumps for visitors, to crafting body care products for adventurers, these women support Pittsburgh women who bike.

Contributing to local business is contributing back to the community. These businesses are critical to our local economy and to growing vibrant places to live, bike, and walk.

Do you or a friend belong on this list? Email us at jane@bikepgh.org with a photo, info about your business, and tell us why you ride.

Eryn Hughes | Apothecary Muse Adventure Skincare

“My tiny business involves crafting herbal soap and adventure skincare to meet athletic demands under the pressure of a changing outdoor environment.  I ride because it is always interesting.”

Website: www.apothecarymuse.com
You can find her products at:
East End Food Co-op, North Point Breeze
I AM Yoga Squirrel Hill, Squirrel Hill
Olive & Marlowe, East Liberty
Armature Tattoo Co., Bloomfield
Una Biologicals, Lawrenceville
Craft-O-Tron, Location Varies, Pittsburgh, PA
Staghorn Garden Cafe, Greenfield


Cathy Rogers | Aero Tech Designs Cyclewear

“We are based in the North Side of Pittsburgh, Pa and we sell bicycle gear online to help our fellow cyclists find their comfort zone. Our favorite product is padded bike shorts. I ride because I love the”cycling joy” I feel when connected to nature and the outdoors.”

Website: www.aerotechdesigns.com
Address: 2345 Preble Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15233


Amy Weiland | Constellation Coffee

“Constellation is a great place to space out, enjoy some tasty espresso, coffee and snacks. I love getting the chance to be outside and enjoy setting whatever pace I need to make my day – I always get off my bike feeling refreshed!”

Website: www.constellationcoffeepgh.com
Address: 4059 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224


Valentina Scholar | Bike the Burgh & Walk the Burgh Tours

“With Bike the Burgh Tours I want to reveal the true beauty of Pittsburgh and promote biking as a healthy, green and sustainable method of recreation and transportation. Besides the awesome freedom of feeling bike riding gives you, I started biking pretty much out of necessity when I was living in a big urban context where cars are just an unnecessary expense.”

Websites: www.biketheburgh.com and www.walktheburgh.com


Amy Garbark | garbella

“garbella offers made in Pittsburgh screenprinted apparel, accessories and home goods for you and yours. I ride for lots of reasons, but one of them is because I like the independence and freedom that comes along with riding my bike.”

Website: http://garbelladesign.com


Carlea Cannon | Green Distro

“Green Distro is a bicycle based cultural events poster and flyer distribution company circulating around Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. There’s the (semi) obvious reasons why I bike: low cost and better for the environment form of transportation, health, fun, etc…and then there are the more personal reasons: biking helps me stay challenged, focused and in the moment.”

Contact: cannon.greendistro@gmail.com for distribution pricing


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