Seven new local businesses are offering discounts to Bike Pittsburgh members. Sign up here to support bike advocacy in Pittsburgh, while saving money and supporting Pittsburgh businesses!
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New and renewing members are eligible to save money with these fine local businesses that are supporting bike advocacy. You can’t afford not to be a member!
Feeling sore after riding in the winter? Three more ways that membership pays for itself, and soothes your body and mind!
Stay limber with yoga classes at the newly opened Yoga Hive in the new Glass Lofts in Garfield. If you ride your bike to The Yoga Hive, you can get $2 off of a drop-in class or 10% off of a class package. You need to bring your helmet in + show your current Bike Pittsburgh member card to get this discount.
Jessie Violet is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist based in Dormont and is offering $10 off your first session, or packages of 4 visits for $200 which brings the total down to just $50 a visit. She has experience working with the unique needs of athlete’s and has worked with the Steelers at their Training Camp. Call Jessie at 412.722.5444 to make an appointment and when the weather gets better, you can look forward to a relaxing massage under this grape arbor!
Amy Green is a graduate of the Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy and is offering $10 off sessions for new clients. Her studio, the Pittsburgh Massageworks is located at 1517 Hetzel St. She also offers Hot Stone massage, Swedish, Neuromuscular, Sports, Hot Stone, Myofascial and Reiki. Call Amy at 412.322.8679 to make an appointment and make sure to tell her you’re a member of Bike Pittsburgh to receive the discount.
If you like a caffeine jolt, ride over to the Northside’s Buena Vista Coffee Shop. You’ll 10% off purchases anytime and a FREE coffee or iced tea on Saturdays when you show your current Bike Pittsburgh membership card. This is also where the Northside Ride starts the second Wednesday of the month.
Ryan Sigesmund is a native Pittsburgher and professional photographer with nearly a decade of experience and dozens of local and national clients. Ryan recently sold his car and will be conducting the majority of his photography business by bicycle! His photography studio is on the Northside and he is offering a 50% discount on his studio sitting fee if your portrait includes a bicycle! Awesome!
Wildcard in Lawrenceville is offering 10% off bike-related merchandise! Need a unique gift or card for someone special? Check out Wildcard’s large collection of cards, paper, stationery, bags, wallets, buttons, jewelry, t-shirts, craft supplies, and original art — much of which is locally made!
While you’re there, play a few rounds on their pinball machine because Wildcard donates the proceeds to supporting Bike Pittsburgh’s advocacy work!
Caravan Bikes, Pittsburgh’s door-to-door bicycle repair service is offering 20% off labor costs.