Can’t Miss Biking Events in Pittsburgh 2020

Save the date for some of the biggest bike events in Pittsburgh this year

It’s cold and a bit rainy now, so let yourself daydream for Spring and Summer biking season. We’re hosting a variety of events, and there’s something for everyone. Mark your calendars now.

1. Women & Nonbinary Bike Summit Presented by Dollar Bank 

April 25

It’s a lucky year, April 25, 2020 marks the SEVENTH Annual Women & Nonbinary Bike Summit. Join 100+ other women and nonbinary folx in workshops, lunch, yoga, community building, and biking. Learn about bike maintenance cycling wellness, commuting, competitive cycling, and advocacy!

Learn More

PS. Can’t make it? Love it and want more? We have WMNBikePGH coffee meetups and bike rides scheduled all summer long. Click here to check it out!

2. Bike to Work Day

May 15

Since 1956 May has been dubbed National Bike Month, sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists. It’s a month full of bicycle advocacy, education, and community events. On Friday, May 15 you can join people across the nation giving bike commuting a try. PS: it’s also a great day to become a BikePGH member. 

Learn More

3/4/5. OpenStreetsPGH presented by UPMC Health Plan

Last weekend of May/June/July

Bike, walk, run, skate, and dance in the streets! Pittsburgh streets will be temporarily closed off to vehicles for one morning a month.There’s plenty of fun to keep the whole family busy. Join a free fitness class, shop local businesses, grab a bite to eat, and reimagine our streets. 

Learn More

6. Slow Roll 

June 13, July TBD, Aug 14

Slow Roll is for everyone! All ages and experience levels are welcome. This family-friendly slow-paced group ride keeps everyone safe and gives riders a unique perspective of our great city. No bike? No problem! We partner with Healthy Ride for this ride. 

Learn More

7. UPMC Health Plan PedalPGH 

August 30 

This is the region’s largest bike ride and it’s back and better than ever on Sunday, August 30th. Routes range from 10 – 62 miles so there are options for everyone. Proceeds benefit BikePGH so we can continue transforming our streets to make biking and walking commonplace for all Pittsburghers.

Learn More

Get the most up to date information about these events and more. Sign up for The Messenger. 

Sign up

Leave a Reply

Supported by