Can’t Miss Events in 2018

It’s never too early to plan for summer fun

Get out your calendars and mark the dates for these not to be missed events in 2018. This year, we have a ton of amazing programs to look forward to when the weather warms up. Check out the dates below and start planning your summer:

1. Women & Biking Forum 

The fifth annual Pittsburgh Women & Biking Forum will be held on Saturday, April 7th at the Ace Hotel. Join 100+ women for a day of kinship and learning featuring 6 workshops, a keynote speaker, and lunch. This year’s workshops will include topics such as: bike maintenance, cycling wellness, commuting, competitive cycling, and advocacy!

Check out photos from last year's forum

2. Bike to Work Day

May is National Bike Month, sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists and celebrated in communities from coast to coast. Established in 1956, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling — and encourage more folks to giving biking a try. Plus, Bike to Work Day is a great day to be a member. Save the date for Bike to Work Day: Friday, May 18th!

Learn more about Bike to Work Day


To date more than 100,000 people have come out to Bike, Walk, Run, and Dance in the streets.  We are really excited to launch a third new  route for 2018, but that’s not all.  We have a few surprises in the works this year for 3 more fantastic events on the last Sunday of May, June, and July.

  • Sunday, May 27th: New Route!
  • Sunday, June 24th: Downtown / Uptown / South Side
  • Sunday, July 29th: Downtown / Strip District / Lawrenceville
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6. UPMC Health Plan PEDALPGH

Celebrate PedalPGH’s 25th anniversary with BikePGH! This is the regions largest bike ride and it’s back and better than ever on Sunday, August 26th. Mark your calendar and keep an eye out for more announcements this spring and early registration going on sale February 2018.

Learn More about Pedalpgh

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