Bike Pittsburgh has unleashed an exciting new way to become a member!
We want to get every single interested person involved in our work — helping make Pittsburgh a spectacular place to ride a bicycle.
So we started our Barter Membership program.
There are dozens of ways you can use your talent, time, creativity, and resources to help with our mission of making Pittsburgh a city that is increasingly safe, accessible, and friendly to bicycle transportation.
What Can I Do?
We have something for everyone! If there’s not something that interests you, suggest one of your own skills.
- Volunteer Nights
- Organize a Bike Ride
- Lead a Bike Ride
- Writing / Editing
- Graphic Design
- Writing Letters to the Editor
- Flyer Distribution
- Neighborhood Outreach
- “Bike Buddy” for New Riders
- Free Ride
- Make Food for Volunteer Nights
- Knit Bike Rack Cozies
- Organize a Bike Rodeo
- Offer Discounts to Bike Pittsburgh Members
- Help with Letter Writing Campaigns
- Data Entry
- Create Your Own!
Great! How Do I Sign Up?
All you have to do is register for the program here: http://bike-pgh.org/barter
Check the ways you’d like to volunteer
Complete 10 hours of volunteering within three months
And then: you’re a member of Bike Pittsburgh, an important part of investing in the future of Pittsburgh. If that’s not enough, you’ll also have access to all of our dashing perks including discounts at almost three dozen local businesses.
Who is Doing This?
“Bike Pittsburgh’s barter membership program is a fantastic way to become involved in local bike advocacy. Not only do you become a card carrying member and show your support for cycling in Pittsburgh, but you also get to contribute in the way that works best for you. I highly recommend it!” – Bike Pittsburgh Member Rebecca Susman, student and activist
“The barter membership program makes a lot of sense for those who are more likely to give time than money, and it’s Bike Pittsburgh’s way of letting people know that volunteering is just as valued as cash. There are many ways to volunteer – many people might already be doing things to promote biking in the city, and that can count towards a membership.
Being a member feels good after earning it with your time. It’s a nice ‘thank-you’ from Bike-PGH.” – Bike Pittsburgh Member Andrew Moore, writer and organizer of the Northside Ride