Last Open Streets event of 2018 was the largest one yet

OpenStreetsPGH expanded to 5 more neighborhoods in 2018

Participants had the chance to explore the longest OpenStreetsPGH route ever with 4.4 mile loop traveling through Homewood, Larimer, East Liberty, Shadyside, and North Point Breeze. Over 32,000 people were estimated in attendance at OpenStreetsPGH – a free event connecting the East End on Saturday, July 28th!

OpenStreetsPGH transformed the East End to a car-free wonderland, giving more neighborhoods the opportunity to experience the joy that safe streets create. Do you love OpenStreetsPGH? Help us keep on growing and reach more neighborhoods by donating at bikepgh.org/IloveOpenStreets.

2018.07.28 Open Streets PGH

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SAVE THE DATE. One More EPIC RIDE THIS SUMMER!

Sunday, August 26th, 2018

Ride with BikePGH in celebrating 25 years of Pennsylvania’s largest bicycle ride on Sunday, August 26th at Pedal Pittsburgh! This casual, fun ride exposes people of all ages and fitness levels to the neighborhoods, parks, bridges, and geography that make Pittsburgh so unique.

Registration for UPMC Health Plan PedalPGH includes a limited edition t-shirt, PedalPGH water bottle, festive rest stops with amazing snacks, route signage marking every turn, cue sheets, ride marshals, post-race refreshments, and a finish line festival. Join us at PedalPGH on Sunday, August 26th!

Click here to learn more and register

Thanks to our sponsors

We would like to thank our sponsors and partner organizations that make OpenStreetsPGH events possible.

The event is organized by the bike and pedestrian advocacy organization, Bike Pittsburgh, and is made possible through major support from UPMC Health Plan and the Colcom Foundation. Additional support is provided by, Peoples Natural Gas, the Benter Foundation, AARP, Google, Red House Communications, Uber, and the Port Authority of Allegheny County.

Check out media coverage from WPXI

 

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