Take A Stand Against Speeding: Call Your State Legislators

Pennsylvania is the Only State That Prohibits Local Police From Using Radar That’s right. While Pennsylvania’s state police can use radar

Spinnsters: Upcoming Meetups This Spring

Announcing the next Women & Biking Coffee Meetups Women of Pittsburgh, you’re invited to Bike Pittsburgh’s Women & Biking Coffee Meetup. We’re

Day of Giving 2016

Make a contribution to support Bike Pittsburgh at on May 3rd and your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar. Show

Students For A Safer Oakland

  92% of students in new survey say there’s a need for safer streets for people on bikes After the traffic

Recap! The 2016 Women & Biking Forum Was Magnificent

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“Bike Nights” Launched for Riverhounds’ 2016 Season

Soccer + Bikes. What’s not to love? The Riverhounds have caught the fever; the bike fever that is. They want

5 Things You Can Do to Get Your Office Ready for Bike Season

The season is upon us…bike season, that is. Everyone is itching to get outside to enjoy the rising temperatures and tulips, and what

We’re Hiring! Work for BikePGH this Summer

Seeking Summer Outreach Specialists BikePGH is hiring part-time seasonal help for our summer events. Summer is prime biking season and

New Belgium’s CLiPS to benefit BikePGH

Beer, Bikes, & Films If you didn’t know so already, the New Belgium Brewing Company loves bikes (hint: Tour de

Tips for Biking Safely with Your Dog

How to bike with your four-legged friend By Adrienne Baldini, BikePGH volunteer Picture this: It’s a warm Saturday morning, the

Request a Workplace Urban Biking Lunch & Learn

The weather is fine! Get your employees excited with BikePGH’s Urban Biking Lunch and Learn. Loading…

Win Raffle Prizes at Women & Biking Forum

Win Raffles at The 2016 Pittsburgh Women & Biking Forum By Duo Wang, Intern of BikePGH We have some exciting

Envision DowntownPublic Space Public Life Spring Survey

Calling All Urban Enthusiasts Envision Downtown needs volunteers to help make Downtown better for everyone. Twice a year they organize

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